Join our virtual rally to hear more about Prop 16 from speakers Dolores Huerta, Eleni Kounalakis, Patrisse Cullors, and Team Yes on Prop 16!
When: TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 2020 5:00 PM, PST
As Californians, we believe that EVERYONE should have an opportunity to thrive, with fair wages, good jobs, and quality schools. We believe that opportunity should not be based on where you were born or what you look like.
We can help dismantle systemic racism and gender discrimination by passing Prop 16 in November, but we can’t get there without you!
RSVP to our Campaign Kick-Off Rally to give equal opportunity to all Californians.
We have the ability to change the course of history together, and we hope you can join us on this journey! Our organizing starts now!
Aunty Maxine will pop on by tonight at the CDPAAC eBoard tonight. And there are free tickets - https://cadem-org.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEuceCsqT4pGNHSH4z9MA7h6Cie…
Anyone can be an observer - please come and attend the CDPAAC Virtual eBoard - https://cadem-org.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEuceCsqT4pGNHSH4z9MA7h6Cie…
Black Candidates Running for Office in 2020
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Happy Juneteenth 2020!
We are in some exciting and challenging times, as the our nation is recognizing and working to right the wrongs to the Black community in our nation, as we celebrate 155 years of freedom.
The African American Caucus is in this fight, working to create better polices, better representation, and working to create change from a community, policy and pipeline building standpoint.
In order to accomplish those goals, we need a strong membership of Black Democratic Leaders and allies, to step in and step up. In honor and celebration of our continued strength, fight and freedom, we ask you to become members of the African American Caucus.
NOTE: DSCC Members, our annual Membership Dues are due and in order to VOTE at the next Executive Board meeting July 25th-27th, you must renew TODAY!
Renew and Become a Member: https://cdpmembers.com
Thank you to everyone out celebrating, marching and elevating Black voice, be safe and Happy Juneteenth!
African American Caucus
This was shared from Tom Steyer:
Today is Juneteenth — a day when African American families and friends get together to celebrate an important milestone in ending slavery in America. This year it has become a day to stand for Black lives, support racial justice, and emphasize education of this history. We invite you to recognize the holiday by taking the following actions:
Attend local or virtual events today and throughout this weekend. Find one near you.
Support Black businesses and encourage others to do the same. Help reach the $5 million goal in 15 days. Click here to learn more.
Sign the petition to demand Reparations.
A brief background on Juneteenth
The Emancipation Proclamation was issued on January 1, 1863 and freed enslaved African Americans in the Confederacy. However, the Emancipation Proclamation wasn’t announced and enforced in Texas until June 19, 1865 — two and half years after it was issued. After that announcement, the Proclamation had finally reached all those enslaved in the Confederate states. Juneteenth commemorates that event.
It's dues time. In order to vote you MUST pay your dues to the CDPAAC African American caucus by July 14th. PAY HERE: https://onlinecampaigntools.com/WebForms/ViewForm?key=v3OgtUdQThjhzNZ/Y…]
ACA 5 passed out of the California Assembly. It passed it's first CA Senate committee. Let's keep this up! Read more - https://www.blackvoicenews.com/2020/05/04/to-boot-out-prop-209black-law…
From @AsmShirleyWeber on Twitter: Thank you to my Assembly colleagues and all the supporters for making history happen today. The journey to right a wrong moves to the Senate. The end vote was 60-14 with bi-partisan support. It’s time to let a new generation decide to expand opportunity for all #ACA5
June 1, 2020
To: ACA 5 Supporters
Instructions for tomorrow to support ACA 5 !
· The Appropriations Committee Hearing – 9:00a.m. Tuesday, June 2nd
· Location – The Assembly Chambers @ 9:15a.m.
· Please arrive at the Assembly Chambers @ 9:15a.m. – The Sgt. @ Arms or My Self (Rory Kaufman) will direct you to the Capitol Remote Location to
State you support for the Bill.
· When stating your Support; please provide Your Name, Organization Affiliation – I support ACA 5 by Assembly Member Shirley N. Weber
· I believe the North and South Door will be OPEN for admission to the Capitol!
· The Committee meeting will be SHORT, (Short AGENDA), please try to arrive at 9:15a.m. so You may have the opportunity to state your support for ACA 5.
· For Public Safety Purposes, the Capitol Security and CHP will provide “appropriate” security for those entering the Capitol.
· For contact purposes: Ms. Tiffaney Boyd @ (951) 692-1795 --- Rory Kaufman @ (916) 230-4631 !
Assembly Member Weber is very thankful for YOUR SUPPOT for ACA 5 under these challenging circumstances – History will be made in California when this “Bill” is passed!
Office of Assemblymember Dr. Shirley N. Weber
(916) 319 2079
Democrats for Israel Los Angeles joins the California Democratic Party in standing in solidarity with the CDP African American Caucus in denouncing the inequality and violence inflicted on the African American Community.
This is not about one person. It is not about George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, or Ahmaud Arber or any one of the hundreds of African Americans who became victims of the tragic failures in our nation’s justice system.
The Torah reads: “You shall appoint magistrates and officials for your tribes, in all the settlements that the Lord your God is giving you, and they shall govern the people with due justice. You shall not judge unfairly: you shall show no partiality. . . .Justice, justice shall you pursue" (Deut. 16:18-20).
In this respect, we as a country have not yet succeeded and we can not remain silent in the face of such failure as communities of color face institutional racism and implicit bias.
We stand with those who seek justice for George Floyd and many others like him - those who express their pain and anger clearly, peacefully and safely, and call for equality and justice in one powerful voice.