The City has ignored all the recommendations of the Citizens Advisory Board on Police/Community Relations. It’s time stop wasting City money and the time of all the CAB members.
The NAACP San Diego Branch is beyond shocked that KUSI chose to air programming from “The DSC Show” that presented photo after photo (see below) of Black men, asking how many children they had from how many mothers.
NAACP San Diego Branch strongly supports Supervisors Nora Vargas, Terra Lawson-Remer and Nathan Fletcher and condemns the violent and vitriolic comments that targeted these supervisors at the November 2, 2021 meeting of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors.
We stand in support of Dr. Wilma Wooten, County Public Health Officer, who was compared to Aunt Jemima during a verbal assault during public comment last Tuesday.
The City doesn’t need another survey about trust in the Police. The City needs to act on the information it already has.
San Diego elected officials pretend to care about black families being rent burdened—while their housing commission segregates the city.
September 30, 2021 Re: NAACP SAN DIEGO BRANCH CALLS FOR ACTION AT VALHALLA HIGH SCHOOL NAACP San Diego Branch remains deeply concerned about the incident at Valhalla High School in which a campus supervisor used excessive force during an altercation between two students. Our original concern expressed on September 3 becomes even stronger with the […]
Mark Ritchie, by showing a terrible lack of both empathy and judgement by posting a pornographic image of Mr George Floyd, has demonstrated his unfitness to wear a bad and carry a gun. He must not be reinstated.
Many recent incidents demonstrate the San Diego Police Department falls seriously short of its stated values of Human Life, Integrity, Partnerships, Diversity, Employee Enrichment, Compassion, Innovation and Courageous Justice.
We are disgusted to see a White man using an unnecessary and potentially lethal technique on an unarmed 14-year old Black student. We need change.
Unnecessary force caused the death of an elderly man in mental crisis. Body worn cameras “malfunctioned” so the entire exchanges are not captured. This incident underlines the need for PERT and MCRT.