NAACP San Diego Branch and San Diego Tenants Union Declare Victory in Segregation Lawsuit Against San Diego Housing Commission
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President Bonner’s comments on the San Diego Police Department’s use of force.
Residents all across our region can dial the Access-In-Crisis-Line at (888) 724-7240 to reach a dispatcher (who is also a trained mental health clinician themselves). They will assist in deploying the appropriate responder.
Justice system fails: former La Mesa police officer found not guilty of filing a false police report
The NAACP San Diego Branch is disappointed with the not guilty verdict returned by the jury in the case of former La Mesa police officer Matthew Dages. The Branch believes there was more than enough evidence to convict this former police officer. The justice system failed in this case.
The Matt Dages trial and the CPOB, while promising first steps, do not mean that all is well for racial justice and policing in La Mesa. Much work remains to be done.
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.
The NAACP San Diego Branch will be at the History in Education Society (HES) Conference on Saturday, November 6th at 1:00 pm. Our panel, which will live stream on our Branch’s Facebook page at facebook.com/NAACPSanDiego The History of Suspensions, Expulsions and Special Education in PK-12 Schools Panelists: Katrina Hasan Hamilton, NAACP San Diego; Dr. Joseph Johnson, San Diego State […]
The City doesn’t need another survey about trust in the Police. The City needs to act on the information it already has.