On March 26, WOSD turned into the office of the City Clerk a Charter Amendment to replace the ineffective CRB with a strong, independent, transparent, community Commission on Police Practices
It is tax season again…do you know where are your taxes being spent? Consider filing your peace tax return with your federal taxes this year.
A representative with the San Diego Mayor’s office met with women to discuss their concerns about the city’s Citizen Review Board (CRB) on Police Practi
The community has the right, and the obligation, to oversee the Police Department. Currently, the San Diego City Citizens Review Board sends all complaints of police wrongdoing directly to t
Virginia Franco, Tammy Martin, Evie Kosower, and Christina Imhoof are four of the several members of Women Occupy San Diego (WOSD) who are contributing to the Sobreruedas en el Barrio market in Sa
Women Occupy San Diego (WOSD), a women’s civic organization consisting of over 200 women and focused on issues of economic
In recent weeks, we’ve learned some very disturbing truths about glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s broad-spectrum herbicide Roundup, which is generously doused on genetic
Since Eve Ensler launched the One Billion Rising campaign to end violence against
Neo-liberal policies and institutional changes have produced a huge and growing number of people with sufficiently common experiences to be called an emerging class.
At an administrative hearing on January 8, 2012 of the California Public Utility Commission on the multi-million dollars costs at the broken down San Onofre nuclear power plant run by
The California Public Utilities Commission held an initial meeting Tuesday in an investigative process that could eventually result in ratepayers getting a refund for a portion of the bills they h