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On Dec. 18, 2012 a young man with Down Syndrome was pepper sprayed, beaten to the ground and then kicked by a Vista sheriff’s deputy in North San Diego, California.
This year Black Friday became a day of labor struggle as Walmart workers made history with a strike and national day of action at the massively profitable corporation that exploits their labor.
On Oct. 10, a cessation of racial hostilities went into effect among prisoners in California prisons, in the interest of prisoner unity in the struggle for human rights.
At the last possible moment to sign or veto bills passed during the 2012 legislative season California Gov. Jerry Brown struck down three different pieces of pro-immigrant legislation.
The National Committee to Free the Cuban Five and the ANSWER Coalition hosted public forums in California, featuring Andres Gómez, a leader of the progressive Cuban community in Miami.
The murder of Shaima Alawadi, due to the systemic Islamophobia of the system, illustrates the need for a broad anti-racist movement.
Workers and students came together in San Diego Oct. 14 to discuss the prison-industrial complex and how it affects poor and working communities.
Supporters of the Pelican Bay hunger strikers came out on July 30 to show solidarity in downtown San Diego.
On May 6 in San Diego over 150 people attended the opening reception of the Cuban Five exhibit, “From My Altitude: The Art and Poetry of Antonio Guerrero.”
The U.S. Department of Education had the nerve to hold a higher education summit at the San Diego Community College while students there face cutbacks.