ENCDC Christmas Party!!
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Thanks to all the
volunteers who manned our booth at the fair. And thanks to all of you who stopped by.
We have all heard about the banning of certain textbooks by radicalized groups in Florida, thereby preventing students to get a good inclusive education. This issue is no longer just in Florida but right here in our backyard at the Temecula Schools. However, lucky for our students, Governor Newsom has announced that the State of California will begin the process of securing textbooks for students in the Temecula Valley Unified School District and enact legislation to fine school districts for failure to provide adequate instructional materials. We can no longer ignore what is going on in our schools.
Francine Busby, former President of the Cardiff Education Foundation and School Board Trustee and Chair of the San Diego Democratic Party spoke on why all of us, despite the fact that we may not have school-going children, should be engaged in this issue.
Michele Tsutagawa Ward, Carlsbad School Board Trustee Area 1, gave a great talk on the challenges facing the Carlsbad School Board.
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LGBTQ+ people are particularly vulnerable to human traffickers in part due to bias and discrimination in jobs and housing, thus allowing traffickers to step in and pretend to help.
To fully understand this issue, Max Disposti, Founder and Executive Director of the North County LGBTQ Resource Center will speak with us on: "Human Trafficking in the LGBTQ+ Community"
Max’s expertise are on human trafficking prevention, LGBTQ immigrants and queer homeless youth. Max is currently Senate appointee, California State Board of Behavioral Science Chair (BBS), San Diego (SD) LGBT Leadership Council since 2009, SD County Sheriff LGBTQ Advisory Council since 2013, FBI advisory summit since 2016, Oceanside MLK Scholarship Award Committee since 2013, Oceanside MLK Civic Award Committee since 2013, Advisory Committee for Behavioral Health Services since 2019, Health and Human Services Advisory Council District 76 since 2019.