AVOID WEBSITES THAT END IN “LO”. Example: Newslo. These sites take pieces of accurate information and package it with other false or misleading “facts” (sometimes for the purposes of satire or comedy). AVOID WEBSITES THAT END IN “.COM.CO”. They are often fake versions of real news sources. ARE REPUTABLE NEWS SITES REPORTING THE STORY? There should typically be more than one source on a story. ODD DOMAIN NAMES…generally equals odd and rarely truthful news. LACK OF AUTHOR ATTRIBUTION…may signify that the news story is suspect and needs verification. BE CAREFUL OF BLOGS POSTED UNDER NEWS ORGANIZATIONS. Some news organizations let bloggers post under their banners; many of these do not go t

Backpacks & School Supplies Needed for Galilee Center

Galilee Center continues to collect backpacks and school supplies for the low income children of the East Coachella Valley. Please visit any of the locations listed below to drop-off your donations: Associa Desert Resort Management 42635 Melanie Place, Suite 103 Plam Desert, CA Center Stage Dance Company 81557 Dr. Carreon Blvd. Indio, CA Hyatt Regency Indian Wells 44600 Indian Wells Ln. Indian Wells, CA Galilee Center Coachella 1030 6th Street, Suite 5 Coachella, CA Galilee Center Mecca 66101 Hammond Road Mecca, CA Cash Donations Welcome! PO Box 308 Mecca, CA 92254 760-396-9100

DOD Club Members in ACTION!

On Saturday, July 21, three local DOD and Moms Demand Action members drove to Orange County for the Road to Change town hall, organized by the March for Our Lives/Parkland survivors. Sharon Benoit, Jimmi Thomas and I piled into Jimmi’s SUV for the 2+ hour drive. It was well worth the drive and, if there is one near you, please go. The Website with information and other tour dates is: The teens have been on the road for 40+ days already. Besides speaking out about gun violence, they are registering voters. More than 1,000 people attended to hear the panel discussion among Parkland survivors and local OC activists. From Parkland: David Hogg and Cameron Kasky. The

Contact Senators to Stop Kavanaugh Supreme Court Nomination!

ISSUES AT STAKE Women’s reproductive rights • Human rights • LGBTQ rights Voting rights • Gun safety • Immigration and the “Dreamers” Workers and unions • Minorities and police violence Obamacare/affordable healthcare • Discrimination in housing, jobs CONTACT CALIFORNIA SENATORS Feinstein and Harris to thank them in advance for fighting this nomination:, DC: 202-224-3841; San Francisco, 415-393-0707, DC: 202-224-3553; Sacramento, 916-448-2787 U.S. SENATE’S main switchboard: 202/224-3121 If you have trouble getting through to any DC numbers, try state offices TWO WOMEN who claim they support Roe v


Dorys FORRAY, Treasurer Indio Birthplace: New York City Long Island University Tech Education, CSU, San Bernardino / Palm Desert Anita HOAG, Membership Chair Rancho Mirage Birthplace: West Orange, New Jersey RN, St. Peter's School of Nursing Marlene LEVINE, Political Action Co-chair La Quinta Birthplace: Montrose, Colorado AA, Education, Mesa State College BA, English/Education, Western State College Susan MOELLER, Hospitality Chair Cathedral City Birthplace: Superior, Wisconsin BA, English/Drama, Cal State, Long Beach Kim RENSTROM, Communications Chair/ Website / Social Media Palm Desert Birthplace: Murray, Utah BA, International Studies, Cal State, Chico Pris RICHARDSON, President Emerit

Summer 2018 - Message from our Club President

Dear Democrats of the Desert members and friends, You and I are wildly frustrated, angry, upset, and justifiably frightened by news this week and recently from DC and our borders. What can we do as individuals and as a club ? What the heck can Democrats do ? I want you to know a little about what you have DONE. This year has been a super busy and well accomplished one for Democrats of the Desert. We worked hard to support and elect Democrat Manny Perez as 4th district supervisor for Riverside County. We helped Congressman Ruiz and Assemblyman Garcia win top spots by wide margins in the primary. And, we aided Joy Silver and DeniAntionette Mazingo, as they made the November ballot with ease.

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