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Sep, 2017

What to Do in Autumn in Ventura County

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Solidarity Ventura County Calendar publicizes critical information on actions, events, and group meetings.  It is a progressive grassroots tool to complement local direct action. Our organization will facilitate communication and connection between activists, interested community members, and local organizations; and will become an informed and mobilized county-wide base, ready to stand by our community.  

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Sep, 2017

Dreamers, Zoot Suiters, and More

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California Attorney General Xavier Becerra filed a suit because the state and its economy will be harmed by the president’s action because it is home to a quarter of the 800,000 people in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program

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Jul, 2017

Power Plant Blues

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The city of Oxnard (population 186,000) has a whole lot of power plants. Now there are plans to build another. Energy consultants argue that California has more than enough power. So why build another?

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Jul, 2017

Dam If You Do, Learn About Undoing the Dam

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This is Natalie Cherot writing for the Solidarity Ventura County newsletter this week.  We publish a comprehensive calendar of progressive events. Check us out often at vcpjn.org/calendar/. We update multiple times a week. This week we have a special contribution from our advisory board member, Narissa Petchumrus, a discussion of the undoing of Matilija Dam, events on the calendar, and fun stuff. DAM IF YOU DO Join Paul Jenkin, founder of the Matilija Coalition and campaign coordinator for Ventura Surfrider Foundation, as he provides a fascinating overview of the ongoing […]

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Jun, 2017

Newsletter, Free Film, and Events

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This week’s word is microaggression.  The reason why this word was chosen is because we have perhaps heard of the word before, witnessed one being said, or even perpetuated them without knowing it.

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Jun, 2017

Stop the Book Ban

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Thank you for reading the Solidarity Ventura County Newsletter and Happy Juneteenth A nice history of Juneteenth here   NEW UPCOMING EVENTS June 20 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm The Future of Healthcare: The ACA and Single Payer California Lutheran University ( http://vcpjn.org/calend…/future-healthcare-aca-single-payer/ ) July 2 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Impeachment March, VC Government Center ( http://vcpjn.org/calendar/impeachment-march/) July 15 @ 12:00 pm – July 16 @ 6:00 pm Redbird Intertribal Powwow, Moorpark Community College ( http://vcpjn.org/calendar/redbird-intertribal-powwow/ ) SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT A beautiful book that deserves to be read. Tell our local school board we […]

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Jun, 2017

Support Safe Cities/Newsletter July 12, 2017

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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT AND  NEWSLETTER Monday June 12 at 6pm at 300 West 3rd Street, at Oxnard City Hall. Urge Oxnard to declare Safe City Status and stand with immigrants. CALENDAR HIGHLIGHTS Next weekend is Juneteeth at Plaza Park Downtown Oxnard. The Juneteenth Celebration commemorates the freeing of the final 250,000 slaves in Texas. The 3rd Annual Mess-O-Greens Culture and Wellness Celebration will be at Juneteenth. It will feature the “Mess O’ Greens Cook-off Contest”, food demonstrations, guest speakers, health and fitness experts. Event Facebook page here ​Check out the Black […]

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Jun, 2017

Show up Tuesday to support farmworkers

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Our friends from CAUSE have a special announcement Dear CAUSE friends, Over the past year, local farmworker advocates have been in constructive dialogue with agriculture industry leaders to find common ground around how to improve working conditions for farmworkers. CAUSE and MICOP and key industry leaders reached an agreement to support a $200k Ventura County Farmworker Resource Program, which would help farmworkers learn about their legal protections, resolve issues with their employers, and navigate public agencies. Ventura County Supervisors Steve Bennett and John Zaragoza are now proposing this program to be […]

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