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The results of the Nov. 3rd 2020 election will reverberate for decades. We are calling for a mobilization the day after the election; be it a celebration, rejection or confusion. We will not accept fabrication or a fake election process. LOCATION: Noon, Mobilize at County Administration Building facing the Embarcadero then 2pm MARCH to downtown. (ALSO in other locations along Hwy. 7 in North County). We need to be ready to rally, march, meet virtually, car caravan, and organize! The press, the nation and the world will be watching! The future shape of America and the world is at stake. The election results may lead to confusion, so progressives on the left must come together in unity to shape a message of change and empowerment. This is not a time to let the traditional politicians work out a deal like the Supreme Court coup d'état that installed George W. Bush. The people must speak and lead to prevent another fraud. BETWEEN NOW AND THE ELECTION WE MUST 'UNITE THE MANY, TO DEFEAT THE FEW' ~ Our objective is an America for ALL.! PROPOSAL FOR A UNITED RESPONSE: Activist San Diego will be calling on civic and social justice organizations to form a united front to make sure that the people's platform and the people's agenda does not get squashed during the vote count. We need a San Diego for ALL! ASD does not intend to lead, but rather be one of many mobilizing the community response. Let's not wait till after a contested election to organize our constituencies. Write us at info@ActivistSanDiego. ** We can hope for the best, but it is best to prepare for the worst.** Planning meeting for Nov. 4th - Join Zoom Meeting - Tuesday, Oct. 27 at 7 pm https://sandiegounified.zoom.us/j/81395380333 Meeting ID:[masked] Password: Call for PW[masked] (Do not share with those you do not trust!) Dial-in (669)[masked] Martin Eder - [masked]
KNSJ continues to meet, but our meetings are virtual using Zoom.com or phone conferencing. Please call us to get involved![masked] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ KNSJ is busier than ever gearing up to increase our information mission. Our meetings can be attended from the comport of your home. We need volunteers, writers, administrative assistance, social media savvy promoters, phone call makers, researchers, news hounds, reporters, show producers, voice over talent, on-air talent, show hosts, newsletter editors, tech types, investigators, communicators, fundraisers, outreach organizers, net-workers, mentors, group leaders, and much more! We have a series of new shows we want to launch on the air and current shows that need support. Please call us to get involved![masked] Training available! No one too young or too vintage! Trump got you thinking about the need for creative dialogue and media truth-telling to awaken the under-informed? Do you think that non-corporate media has a role in changing the human condition and spurring change in the San Diego region? Want to explore or get involved in helping out at a local community radio station? Ever thought of having a local radio show? Educational, non-commercial, community radio KNSJ would be the place to do your media. If interested, the KNSJ 89.1 FM meeting is the place to explore -- 1st Thursday of every month from 7-9 pm we have an introductory meeting, currently on Zoom. 1st Thursday of the month is an Intro to KNSJ and Community Radio orientation. Everyone welcome. Contact Marie -[masked] or Martin Eder -[masked] - [masked]
IN-PERSON MEETINGS CANCELLED! Stay tuned for online meetings. 6:00–6:30 / Doors open for sign-up and seating 6:30–8:00 / Screening, Presentation, Q&A 8:00–9:00 / Networking Bring your business cards and head shots. $5.00 at the door. For the most current information, visit SD Filmmakers at http://www.sdfilmmakers.org .
KNSJ continues to meet, but our meetings are virtual using Zoom.com or phone conferencing. Please call us to get involved![masked] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ KNSJ is busier than ever gearing up to increase our information mission. Our meetings can be attended from the comport of your home. We need volunteers, writers, administrative assistance, social media savvy promoters, phone call makers, researchers, news hounds, reporters, show producers, voice over talent, on-air talent, show hosts, newsletter editors, This is a meeting for music show hosts and those who want to DJ on Radio. Meeting locations change, so email [masked]. How much local music do you hear on the San Diego airwaves? Corporate radio would have you believe that we live in a local music desert! The truth is that San Diego has a vibrant community of local musicians and artists, but commercial radio has all but ignored local talent. Not surprising because many San Diego stations are programmed out of corporate headquarters with the same playlist as doled out in Idaho and Maine. Shame on them! KNSJ 89.1 FM intends to revolutionize the airwaves. KNSJ is community radio and wants to change the cultural landscape with alternative programming while supporting local artists and their listeners. KNSJ pledges to play more local bands and artists than all the rest of San Diego's radio stations combined. KNSJ intends to focus on creative and socially conscious music. John Legend, in accepting the Oscar for best song, reminded us that "it's an artist’s duty to reflect the times we're in,"... " the struggle for justice is right now." KNSJ wants to create a cultural revolution of hope, of optimism, of love and ire... inspiring collective action to save the planet. While some music is created as escapism, other music becomes anthems for consciousness and change. KNSJ’s Local Music Summits bring together local DJs, music producers, musicians and show hosts to talk about transforming the airwaves with new local radio shows and podcasts. KNSJ’s current local shows include Sonic Sundowner with Benjamin Cossel and Train of Thought Podcast with Gill Sotu. The expectation is that the Local Music Summits will spawn a dozen other music shows from hip-hop to folk, reggae to Blues, Latin, Asian, African and Worldbeat. Many of these programs will feature interviews and insights into the musicians and their creative process as they minister through their music. The expectation is that more local music on the air will result in a growing appreciation of local cultural treasures and in time will result in larger audiences allowing for more musicians being able to sustain themselves through their craft. KNSJ looks towards the day when it becomes a clearing house for local music. KNSJ expects to host live music on the air, and co-sponsor concerts and festivals where there is a convergence of many of the performing arts including spoken word and dance. These music events will in turn support the community radio station, which depends on individual donations for its future growth. Local musicians wanting to get their talent on the air can post their music on KNSJ at http://knsj.org/music/ Listen Up: No matter where you are you can listen to KNSJ.org or use the TuneIn radio app or find us on iTunes. For more information contact: [masked] or call[masked]