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imageExposing the corrupt shady world of residential property managers
by Lynda Carson
Corrupt Residential Property Managers:...
Posted: Sun, May 15, 2022 6:13am PDT
imageCalifornia YIMBY Endorses Republican Joe Patterson for State Assembly
by CA YIMBY News
Pro-luxury development group California YIMBY has endorsed real estate broker Joe Patterson, a Republican candidate for State Assembly in District 5 in the June 7 primary election. Additionally, California YIMBY Victory Fund PAC has contributed $2,500 to Patterson's campaign. In California, YIMBY organizations are well known for attacking socialist candidates, and those on the left, in favor of moderate Democrats. This endorsement of Patterson for state assembly, a bread and butter Republican...
Posted: Sat, May 14, 2022 10:28pm PDT
textGreen Party endorsements, and also the "Green Voter Guide" by Green Party
The complete 12-page GREEN VOTER GUIDE with its analyses is ONLINE at: (Please click on the letters "PDF" -- or use this direct link: )....
Posted: Thu, May 12, 2022 2:24pm PDT
textSafeGraph: Data Mining and Surveillance of Reproductive Health by Variant
The high-tech tools of America's Fascist movement are developed in the Bay Area. Data brokerage company SafeGraph has been tracking the geo-location data of cellphones belonging to persons who work in reproductive health, as well as their patients. The CEO of SafeGraph is a UC Berkeley graduate, and their company was headquartered in SF, before moving to Denver in 2020....
Posted: Mon, May 9, 2022 11:55pm PDT
image2022 Africa Unity Week - highlighting the "African Founding Father of California"
by Khubaka, Michael Harris
Discover the Maritime Legacy of the "African Founding Father of California" as master of the ship Julia Ann, trading throughout the Pacific Rim and became the leading financial figure in the development of San Francisco. Leidesdorff aquired a 35,521 acre called Rancho Rio De Los Americanos from the Mexican Government while acquiring a vast array of international business pursuits throughout the Pacific Rim. The 1849 historic town of Negro Bar, Sacramento County is poised for global consider...
Posted: Wed, Apr 27, 2022 9:22pm PDT
imageUniversity of California Campuses Rally in Support of UC-wide “UC Green New Deal”
by UCSC Climate Coalition and UC Green New Deal
Students, faculty, and staff who are part of the UC Green New Deal Coalition, along with members of environmental organizations, campus Sustainability Offices, and concerned individuals on all ten UC campuses, conceived of the idea of an “Intercampus Earth Day” to draw inspiration from each other and to share resources and events that promote more climate awareness and climate action. Nine UC campuses are rallying on Earth Day to promote climate action. Several campuses, in addition to their...
Posted: Fri, Apr 15, 2022 1:56pm PDT
calendarUC-Wide Earth Day Climate Rally
by UC Green New Deal Coalition
UC San Diego: 12:00 PM Geisel Library UC Berkeley: 11:00 AM Upper Sproul UC Santa Cruz: 12:15 PM Quarry Plaza UC Irvine: 11:30 AM Flagpoles UC Santa Barbara: 12:00 PM Stork Tower UC Los Angeles: 11:30 AM Murphy Hall UC Merced: 12:00 PM Kolligan Library UC Riverside 12:00 PM Belltower UC Davis 12:00 PM N. Steps, Mrak Hall...
Event Date: Fri, Apr 22, 2022 11:00am PDT
Posted: Thu, Apr 14, 2022 5:52pm PDT
textProud Boy Shows Up at UCB, Promotes East Bay Chapter by Hmm...
The Charlie Kirk event at UC Berkeley attracted the attention of Proud Boys East Bay chapter....
Posted: Thu, Apr 14, 2022 12:07am PDT
imageMetropolitan Water District Board Votes to Fund Sites Reservoir
by Dan Bacher
In response to the vote, Caty Wagner, Sierra Club California SoCal Water Organizer, stated, “We are disappointed that MWD decided to fund the next phase of Sites. This irresponsible decision directly harms Californians and increases Southern California’s dependence on the already-strained Bay-Delta."...
Posted: Tue, Apr 12, 2022 7:30pm PDT
textHalt new fossil fuel projects say Californians across the state on Climate Day of Action by Ramona du Houx
Communities across California joined together as they called on the governor to build on his climate leadership by ending all new fossil fuel permitting and strengthening the setbacks rule to include both new and existing oil wells. Elected Officials to Protect America (EOPA) California hosted a virtual press conference with elected officials in solidarity with a statewide day of action while 11 regions across the state took community actions.....
Posted: Fri, Apr 8, 2022 2:44pm PDT
textSolidarity with Ukraine with CA climate action day April 8 Solidarity with Ukraine with CA by Heidi Harmon
On April 8 communities across California will join together in solidarity with Ukraine - to free fossil fuel dependency - will have a statewide day of action as they call on the Governor to build on his climate leadership by ending all new fossil fuel permitting and strengthening the setbacks rule to include both new and existing oil wells....
Posted: Mon, Apr 4, 2022 10:24am PDT
textShellenberger - An IDW Candidate Running for CA Governor by Trace
An avid supporter of the so-called Intellectual Dark Web (IDW) is running for governor of California....
Posted: Sun, Apr 3, 2022 3:21am PDT
documentPro-landlord shysters are served warning notice by Attorney General Rob Bonta
by Lynda Carson
Warning Notice From Attorney General Rob Bonta To Pro-Landlord Shysters:...
Posted: Fri, Apr 1, 2022 10:27pm PDT
imageCoastal California Sunflower Is Latest Endangered Species Act Success
by Center for Biological Diversity
EUREKA, Calif., March 30, 2022 — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today changed the Endangered Species Act status of beach layia, a small sunflower that grows only in California’s coastal dunes, reclassifying it from endangered to threatened. The change is due to reduced impacts from offroad vehicles, grazing, and development throughout much of the species’ range....
Posted: Thu, Mar 31, 2022 1:45pm PDT
calendarSacramento: Global Climate Strike - Rally for Climate Crisis & Indigenous Justice
by MCYC, Pomo Land Back, FFF, more
West Steps of California State Capitol, 1315 10th St, Sacramento, CA 95814. This is a peaceful rally for climate justice and racial justice....
Event Date: Fri, Mar 25, 2022 1:00pm PDT
Posted: Wed, Mar 9, 2022 10:59am PST
imageChallenging Colonialism s01e03 Full Episode (+p.iv)
by Martin Rizzo-Martinez & Daniel Stonebloom
s01e03 Weapons of Mass Destruction Full Episode: Removing Dams and Restoring Salmon Duration 1:47:56 Challenging Colonialism amplifies Indigenous perspectives on issues of concern to native Californian communities....
Posted: Mon, Mar 7, 2022 9:28am PST
imageCalifornia Assembly Bill 1655 - Juneteenth Paid Holiday for the State of California
by Khubaka, Michael Harris
One block from Old Sacramento Supreme Court Chambers the auction block of "enslaved" prisoners of war were sold. All along the American River Parkway, in the shadow of the early California State Capitol construction, enslavement of people of African Descent, Genocide of Indigenous Nations, Kanakas, Mexicans, Chileans and anybody with melanin pigmentated skin were not a citizen in 1849. Throughout the State same song......
Posted: Sun, Mar 6, 2022 10:30pm PST
imageToday's City of Folsom debates if "Negroes" from 1849 have basic human rights today.
by Khubaka, Michael Harris
Early California Negro Pioneer Trailblazers are clearly document in the works of Deliah Beasley. Our California State Archives, California State Library and California State Educational System has a plethora of primary source documentation. The question is methodology and process for the 1849, "Negro" without legal standing then or today in some quarters....
Posted: Sat, Mar 5, 2022 4:23pm PST
image200th Anniversary of Harriet Tubman and the connections to the Negro Pioneer Gold Book
by Khubaka, Michael Harris
1849 Gold Mining Town of Negro Bar, Sacramento County has a profound connection with the National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom our California State Parks Strategic Planning chooses not to consider. California State University Sacramento houses essential primary source documents as does the intersection of the California State Library and California State Archives, soon apart of the Negro Bar State Historic Park* offerings...
Posted: Sat, Feb 26, 2022 9:04pm PST
imageChallenging Colonialism Ep. 3 p.III
by Martin Rizzo-Martinez & Daniel Stonebloom
In part 3 of a four-part episode, we continue to examine the negative environmental and cultural impact of dams, and the Indigenous-led movement to remove them. These dams, deemed as Weapons of Mass Destruction by Chief Caleen Sisk, have devastated Salmon populations and the communities whose histories have been in relationship with Salmon since time immemorial. Part III gives context to the larger water system--and its boosters, defenders, and profiteers....
Posted: Mon, Feb 21, 2022 8:50am PST