SAN DIEGO: Homenaje Conmemorativo para Toby Diller, Asesinado por la Policía

FOTO: Un homenaje comunitario para Toby Diller creado con la ayuda del Comité de Apoyo de Incendiary de San Diego Este artículo es una traducción. Por Nélida Tello El 31 de enero, el Comité de Apoyo de Incendiary de San Diego se unió con miembros de la comunidad para organizar un homenaje conmemorativo en honor a la vida de Toby Edward Diller, de 31 años, … Continue reading SAN DIEGO: Homenaje Conmemorativo para Toby Diller, Asesinado por la Policía

SAN DIEGO: Memorial Held for Toby Diller, Murdered by Police

A community memorial for Toby Diller set up with help from the San Diego Incendiary Support Committee By Nélida Tello On January 31, the San Diego Incendiary Support Committee joined community members to host a memorial to honor the life of Toby Edward Diller, 31, murdered by the San Diego Police Department (SDPD) on January 24, in the neighborhood of Oak Park. Toby was murdered … Continue reading SAN DIEGO: Memorial Held for Toby Diller, Murdered by Police

SAN DIEGO: Dueling Campaigns Vie for Seat at Imperialist Table

Photo: (left) José Cortés with the Party for Socialism and Liberation running under the Peace and Freedom Party ticket. (right) Republican Carl DeMaio. By Noah Long On January 22, two candidates vying for California’s 50th congressional district held dueling events pushing different visions for the future of US imperialism in the city of El Cajon in San Diego County, California. One third of the population … Continue reading SAN DIEGO: Dueling Campaigns Vie for Seat at Imperialist Table

SAN DIEGO: Bakery Permanently Closes After ICE Audit

Photo: Con Pane Rustic Breads & Café in San Diego, California By Nélida Tello On January 15, Con Pane Rustic Breads & Café in San Diego announced that it would be permanently closing its doors after Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) audited the bakery’s I-9 forms. Since 2010, the cafe had operated at Liberty Station, the former Naval Training Center that is now a frequented … Continue reading SAN DIEGO: Bakery Permanently Closes After ICE Audit

SAN DIEGO: Sheriff’s Deputy Given Light Sentence for Crimes Against Women

Photo: Former Sheriff’s Deputy Richard Fischer in court last year as proceedings began for his sexual assault and harassment of 16 women By Nélida Tello Last week, former sheriff’s deputy Richard Fischer was sentenced to 44 months in prison after sexually harassing or assaulting at least 16 women while on duty between 2015 and 2017 in North and East County San Diego. In September, Fischer … Continue reading SAN DIEGO: Sheriff’s Deputy Given Light Sentence for Crimes Against Women

CALIFORNIA: El Congresista se Declara Culpable de Robar Fondos de Campaña

Foto: Duncan Hunter, miembro de la Cámara de Representantes de los Estados Unidos en California, se declara culpable de usar mal un cuarto de millón de dólares en fondos de campaña la semana pasada Este articulo es una traducción. Por Miriam Cordova La semana pasada Duncan Hunter, representante republicano de Estados Unidos por el Distrito 50 de California (incluyendo porciones centrales y noreste del condado … Continue reading CALIFORNIA: El Congresista se Declara Culpable de Robar Fondos de Campaña

SAN DIEGO: Women Stage Cultural Performance Denouncing Violence Against Women

Photo: Women in San Diego perform the chant, “El Violador en el Camino (A Rapist in Your Path)” which originated in Chile. By Edith Flanagan On December 8, several dozen women performed a chant titled “El Violador en el Camino (A Rapist in Your Path)” in Balboa Park to denounce violence against women and in solidarity with the struggles of women in Chile and Latin … Continue reading SAN DIEGO: Women Stage Cultural Performance Denouncing Violence Against Women