Notes from September meeting on the Propositions and Ballot Measures.
This Sunday September 27th at our General Meeting we’ll be talking through the Propositions and Ballot Measures.
Members of the Point Loma Democratic Club have asked what they can do to support the Black Lives Matter movement. One thing we can do is to have a good, solid foundation of what the movement is about. With that knowledge, we can help remake our communities into places where all can thrive. Sunday July 26, 4:00PM – Zoom registration We are honored to host the group Continuing The Conversation (CTC). Founded in San Diego, California, at the Point Loma Community Presbyterian Church. Addressing the racial disparities, education opportunities, and need for locally transformed hearts and minds is a key priority for the organization and its members. CTC envisions and works towards a racism-free San Diego community. Although the focus is from a spiritual point of view, this group’s work is accessible to the non-religious. CTC’s blog is a good starting point with excellent links to YouTube videos, editorials, articles, links to films, documentaries and books, to guide your study. Rev. Karla Shaw, the Senior Pastor at Point Loma Community Presbyterian Church, has an excellent …
The Ocean Beach bookstore on Voltaire Street, Run for Cover, is hosting the bestselling author and anti-death penalty activist Sister Helen Prejean. Sister Prejean will speak about her new book and about California’s death penalty. 119 more words OB Bookstore ‘Run for Cover’ to Host Bestselling Author, Anti-Death Penalty Activist Sister Helen Prejean — OB Rag
Join us for a Mother’s Day discussion on how we can create better policies to support mothers and the implications of motherhood as it intersects with economic inequality.
Join us on Easter Sunday to meet Tasha Williamson the co-founder of The Compassion Project, a small group of community activists who support families when they lose a loved one to violence.