A 95-year-old woman was robbed on Thanksgiving Day while walking near the ocean in Berkeley. Crime prevention always was a bipartisan issue and justifiably so. However, lately criminals are being coddled, and many people are now afraid.
Many of the affected small-business owners are people of color, losing the business they built up with their life savings.
I had my purse snatched three times while living in Los Angeles. I am blind and am not able to recognize anyone. I was afraid to go out by myself for weeks. Laws should be enacted to make it harder on criminals to go after the most vulnerable.
Marianne Haas, Berkeley, CC Member - Published in San Francisco Chronicle eEdition 12/2/2021
Xaviaer DuRousseau reported at the October Meeting that he had talked one-to-one with several school board members. He also researched the California Department of Education web site to create a 3-page comparative chart. Candidates and conservative activists need this chart to know useful talking points and concerns about each point. Here is the link to download his excellent document. - Harry Briley, CC Member, AD16
Ethnic Studies Curriculum (PDF)