A Closer Look: The Challenges and Opportunities of Community Organizing During the COVID-19 Pandemic

[caption id="attachment_17042" align="alignnone" width="678"] Lead Organizer Graciela Uriarte and Organizer Kai Guzman meet with precinct captains from North County on Zoom.[/caption] By Edgar Hopida SAN DIEGO –... Read More

Rights of the Poor

COVID-19 Isn’t the Only Reason to End Homelessness in San Diego, but Change is More Urgent Now Than Ever

[caption id="attachment_17001" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Think Dignity[/caption] By Mitchelle Woodson SAN DIEGO – The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated longstanding inequities that criminalize and punish... Read More


Vote by Mail Not Enough, California Must Also Require Minimum Number of In-person Polls for November Elections

By: Brittany Stonesifer @ACLU_NorCal and Christina Fletes @ChristinaFletes As the coronavirus continues to spread, California’s elected officials must take swift action to protect the November elections. With... Read More


A Closer Look: During COVID-19 Pandemic, the ACLU Remains Vigilant

[caption id="attachment_16786" align="aligncenter" width="700"] Letters sent to various organizations and institutions authored by ACLU-SDIC and others.[/caption] By Edward Sifuentes SAN DIEGO – The COVID-19... Read More


An Open Letter to California Officials: Housing First

By Eve Garrow After she became homeless, Callie Rutter entered “Bridges at Kraemer Place,” an emergency shelter that promises to “connect participants to housing as quickly as possible.” For her, however, the... Read More