PROTESTS of the Sessions resignation/firing WERE CALLED FOR THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2018, 5 PM. We brought you details here…
Thanks to everyone who attended one of the rallies held across L.A.
The watch continues:
Thousand Oaks Mayor Andrew Fox asked for blood donations at area hospitals after November’s shooting. Even months later it helps to rebuild the supply…
The places for blood donations are:
1) La Reina High School, 106 W Janss Rd., Thousand Oaks. Walk-ins are welcome.
2) A donation site is also open at Best Western/Thousand Oaks Inn at 75 West Thousand Oaks Blvd., Thousand Oaks.
Also, if you want to donate MONEY, please direct all donations to http://vccf.org
to ensure that they go directly to the families.
Extra, extra, read all about it!
Wonderful to see so many people at our Sun., Aug. 26, 2018
Summer Garden Party
With Rep. Ted Lieu, State Sen. Ben Allen, AM Richard Bloom, City CM Mike Bonin
We sold out and had close to 200 in attendance!
To those who missed this opportunity, don’t worry — we’ll keep working to bring you more
Kudos to everyone who showed up at the PaliDems / Heal the Bay beach weekend cleanup and pitched in!
Here’s just some of what you helped remove and catalog:
Missed June’s 55,000-strong rally downtown in support of Keeping Families Together?
Here are more ways to take action:
Search for local events: http://map.familiesbelong.org/search.php
Great seeing fellow PaliDems out marching with PPDC!
Friend-of-PPDC Robert Scheer of TruthDig was there — were you?
Let us know if you have a story to tell.
Sincerest thanks to everyone who attended or donated generously in honor of our event on June 16, 2018: reception/screening/discussion of documentary Newtown
With civil discussion about gun violence #StandWithStudents
Thanks too to the phenomenal, eloquent, inspirational panel!
Action Items list handed out at the event — live links, phone numbers to call, and resources to tap
Full house at May 2018’s
Hot Topic Speaker Series event
Fake News and the Modern Consumer
PPDC brought in journalism professionals with local and global experience to talk about how to discern and treat fake news and identify spin on a Tuesday night, and you filled the room — thanks for making time to come!
Above, at lectern: PaliDems President Erika Feresten
President & CEO, Los Angeles World Affairs Council
Lifelong journalist & Editorial Adviser, Palisades News
Editor-in-Chief, Palisadian-Post and former Guardian reporter
Former foreign correspondent & moderator
Wow and WOW.
So many of you showed up for the 2018 March for Our Lives, both downtown and in Santa Monica.
The passion, the energy, the spicy signage, the orange, the solidarity … all incredibly inspiring!
Special thanks to those who rode on our bus
and marched holding the PaliDems banner. : )
Our January Annual Meeting (open to all!) with
State Sen. BEN ALLEN
Assemblymember RICHARD BLOOM
City Councilmember MIKE BONIN
County Supervisor SHEILA KUEHL
was a huge success, with over 200 in attendance to hear what’s in store for 2018
Read all about it here
Previous Hot Topic Speakers Series event: WOMEN EMPOWERED
at the Palisades Library Tuesday, 3/13/18
Pictured left to right: Nancy Perlman, Elena Christopoulos, event organizer/moderator Maryam Zar, Sara Mitchell, Sonya Blake, event organizer Janet Turner
Thanks to everyone who attended the Feb. 3, 2018 rally,
co-sponsored by State Sen. Ben Allen
Rally photos to come!
Meanwhile, check out this exclusive PaliDems video from right before the rally:
Most recent PaliDems event:
PPDC 2018 ANNUAL MEETING
Open to all
State Sen. Ben Allen
Assemblymember Richard Bloom
City Councilmember Mike Bonin
County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl
(listed alphabetically, pictured left to right)
Sunday, Jan. 28, 2 – 4:30 PM
at Pacific Palisades Woman’s Club, 901 Haverford Ave.
This event served as the club’s official “annual meeting,” though the club holds many events throughout the year and its board meets monthly
Read all about it here, and stay tuned for news of our next event!
Democrats won the day in Alabama, Virginia, and elsewhere in Nov. and Dec. 2017,
thanks to grassroots action from people like you.
Many of you made calls or texted in support of campaigns across the country, including the big one,
electing Doug Jones and keeping Roy Moore from swaggering around on the Senate floor!
We can restore sanity and decency to America,
but only if we all pitch in to GET OUT THE VOTE.
That’s how elections are won or lost …
From our speaker series:
- Pictured L to R: Moderator Maryam Zar; Jennifer Kim, County Homeless Initiative Team; Steven Gray, L.A. Family Housing; Tyler Monroe, Safran & Associates; Cally Hardy, L.A. City Dept. of City Planning Housing Unit;
L.A. City Councilmember Mike Bonin
Pacific Palisades Democratic Club Presents
A Panel Discussion on Housing
October 24, 2017, 6 – 7:30 PM
We had a full house despite competition from the Dodgers game, as city and county leaders in housing policy gave presentations and answered questions. Thanks to all who came!
You don’t have to be a Palisadian to be a Palisades Democratic Club member. We have members living in Santa Monica, Malibu, Brentwood, and across L.A. They contribute because we’re one of the most active and influential Dem clubs anywhere.
We’re proud to fight for progressive causes such as:
- campaign finance reform: getting money out of politics — overturning
- election protection
- civil rights / worker rights / human rights
- universal single-payer healthcare
- and so much more
Working to elect Democrats who share our vision of a just and more equitable world.