Screening of “Little Voices from Fukushima”  Come and see this remarkable film showing  Japanese families facing a very difficult choice between staying in contaminated areas or self-evacuating without the support of the government who insists it is safe to stay put, in spite of much evidence to the contrary.  Come learn more about the consequences of radioactive fallout and how poorly other governments have dealt with it. Thursday, March 29th, 6-8 PM, San Clemenete Community Center Ole Hanson Room, 100 N. Calle Seville.  Here is the trailer:

The South Orange County Progressives will meet on Tuesday, March 13 at their usual venue, the banquet room of Agostino’s Ristorante Italiano, 34700 Coast Hwy, Capo Beach 92624.  The speaker will be Susan Parmelee, Executive Director of the Wellness and Prevention Center.  The topic will be the changing of marijuana laws and the evolution of the opioid crisis.   RSVP to and visit
The Edison Community Engagement Panel will hold its 20th meeting on Thursday, March 22 at the Laguna Hills Community Center, 25555 Alica Parkway, Laguna Hills, 92653.  (For some reason, the CEP refuses to meet in San Clemente, the city closest to the new nuclear waste dump.)  Edison’s public relations promotional booths will open at 4:30, an hour before the meeting which is scheduled for 5:30-8:30. 
Mary Navarro is running for the OC Board of Education District 5.  If you wish to attend her kickoff campaign reception at a private home 3-5PM Sunday, March 4,  please RSVP for details to:
March for Our Lives is going to be a rally in support of those demanding an end to gun violence in the wake of the Florida school shooting.  The date is Saturday, March 24 2-5 PM and the place will be Centennial Regional Park in Santa Ana outside the offices of republican Mimi Walters who has supported legislation to weaken gun control laws.  Visit the Facebook Page:
Women’s History Brunch  On Saturday March 24 there will be the 3rd Annual Women’s History Month Breakfast 10AM – Noon at the Oak Creek Golf Club, One Gold Club Drive, Irvine.  Tickets $35 before March 10.  For more information visit  Women’s History Month Brunch
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