Saturday, August 4, 2012

USD Law School Hosts Open Environmental Junk Science Training

Green is the New Red
Announcing a free seminar on how to overthrow the capitalist system with environmental junk science on Aug 7. This is a must see event. Stay quiet and respectful so they can speak freely. It will be hilarious!

Signs of the Tide:

How to Be an Advocate for Your Community

Feel like you can’t make a difference? Don’t know where to start? Let us teach you at Signs of the Tide. Join to learn about how to be a better advocate for your community and leave with a stronger voice.

Former City Councilmember Donna Frye will moderate a panel of experts including:
  • Sara Wan, a coastal advocate and former California Coastal Commissioner, will share her perspective as an experienced and successful environmental activist.
  • Arthur Coe, a former staff member at Regional Water Quality Control Board, will share an inside view of regulatory decision-making and what makes an effective regional board advocacy.
  • Tony Young, San Diego City Council president, will provide an inside view of decision-making as an elected representative.
Join us on August 7 at University of San Diego Law School from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. in Warren Hall, Room 3A. There is parking available either in the lot adjacent to the law school or the Mission parking area. (Please see campus map here.)

We will provide you some light food and refreshments for you to enjoy.
Slideshow photo credits include Jackie Loza and Raymond Shipps.
Tea party activists, libertarians and conservatives will learn a lot about the opposition by attending this meeting.

1 comment:

Dean said...

It's a shame that the Catholics that run USD haven't figured out their very existence depends on capitalism.

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