Monthly Archives: June 2009

Homeland Security Reverses Controversial Deportations

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 17, 2009 SAN DIEGO – Civil rights and human rights activists commended a decision by the Department of Homeland Security to readmit to the United States minors apprehended and deported to Mexico in a controversial immigration…

County Clerk Unclear on Validity of Same-Sex Marriages

In spite of the California Supreme Court’s recent ruling on the validity of same-sex marriages performed before Proposition 8 was adopted, a couple applying for benefits was told by a clerk that their marriage was not recognized by the county,…

School Apologizes for Illegally Banning 6th Grader’s Harvey Milk Report

“Milk Stood Up for His Beliefs So I Felt I Should Do the Same” RAMONA, CA – A Ramona school has apologized to a sixth grader for illegally censoring her classroom presentation about Harvey Milk last month, and school officials…

San Diego School Board Passes ‘A-G’ Resolution

The San Diego Unified School Board took a bold step towards ensuring that all students will graduate high school prepared to become lifelong learners in an ever changing economy and will be prepared for their choice of post-secondary education. In…

SD School Board to Vote on Education Equality

SAN DIEGO- Coming as newly released figures paint a stark picture of broad disparities in educational opportunity in the district, the San Diego Unified School District School Board will consider a resolution today directing the superintendent to ensure that every…