Category: Books, Movies, TV

  • San Diegans Weigh In On Federal Immigration Reform Bill

    San Diegans Weigh In On Federal Immigration Reform Bill

    From KPBS Midday Edition, Thursday May 30, 2013 Rhoda Quate, OFA talks about the importance of Immigration Reform and the Rally scheduled for 7pm The Immigration Reform bill passed the Senate Judiciary committee this week. The bill now moves to the Senate floor for a vote next month, but even if it passes in the […]

  • May 28 – WOSD Movie Night “Not My Life,” a Film About Slavery In Our Time

    May 28 – WOSD Movie Night “Not My Life,” a Film About Slavery In Our Time

    “Not My Life” A film about slavery in our time. This is the second showing of this powerful movie at the Women’s Museum. The movie and following discussion are well worth attending. Refreshments provided. View Trailer Discussion. Refreshments. FREE! Tuesday May 28, 2013 Movie 5.30 pm More details here. At Women’s Museum of California 2730 […]

  • May 16 – League of Women Voters Meeting in OB – The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare

    May 16 – League of Women Voters Meeting in OB – The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare

    In Ocean Beach, on May 16th, the League of Women Voters of San Diego will meet to discuss “The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare”. There will be a documentary shown and Jeanne Brown, Co-President of the LWV San Diego, will lead a discussion. When Thursday May 16th, 2:00 – 4:00 pm Where OB Parks and […]

  • May 22 – WOSD Movie Night “Not My Life,” a Film About Slavery In Our Time

    May 22 – WOSD Movie Night “Not My Life,” a Film About Slavery In Our Time

    “Not My Life” A film about slavery in our time. Published September 26, 2012. View Trailer Discussion. Refreshments. FREE! Wednesday May 22, 2013 Doors open 6:30 pm; Movie 7 pm At Women’s Museum of California 2730 Historic Decatur Road, Barracks 16, Liberty Station “Not My Life” is the first documentary film to depict the horrifying […]

  • May 14 – Free Community Screening of “The House I Live In”

    May 14 – Free Community Screening of “The House I Live In”

    The House I Live In is a film – called the best documentary in 2012 – that “captures heart-wrenching stories from individuals at all levels of America’s War on Drugs. From the dealer to the grieving mother, the narcotics officer to the senator, the inmate to the federal judge, the film offers a penetrating look […]

  • Sherman Alexie on Living Outside of Cultural Borders

    Sherman Alexie on Living Outside of Cultural Borders

    If you only watch one television interview this year, make it this interview with Sherman Alexie. You will learn about ethnic cleansing, the evil of Lincoln, deeply hidden American secrets and much more all shared with a humor and sensibility that few command. Born on a Native American reservation, Sherman Alexie has been navigating the […]