Sister Cities Project / SCP Newsletter  / SCP Newsletter | March 4, 2024
Save The Date for EcoExchange #34!

Sister Cities Project is excited to invite you to our first EcoExchange of 2024, on Saturday, April 6th. Please SAVE THE DATE!

“Together We Rise: The (Eco)system; The New Blueprint for Racial Equity in America”

Embark on a transformative journey with an Ecosystem for Equity Action, where community collaboration takes center stage in reshaping the future towards true racial equity. Join diverse panelists, special guests, and experts as they share impactful narratives, unveiling the profound influence of the ecosystem approach. Discover why this framework is emerging as the key solution to racial equity, and learn how you can play a part in making an impact both during the event and beyond, to help San Diego become the model for America.

Be on the lookout for more details, and remember that being willing to do something is the start of any important movement.

Our EcoExchanges are about Action, and I want to thank you for your action.

I want to personally thank the 40+ people in our network, who have contributed to SCP’s Flood Relief campaign. You have aligned with SCP and our neighbors in Southeastern San Diego to demonstrate that we are all one human community no matter where we live in the county.

Sister Cities Project has given away 100% of the funds donated for flood relief. Your contributions were distributed to the following established and trusted non profit organizations in Southeastern San Diego. They each received $2,000. These organizations did not wait for the City, the County or Fema. They went to work helping our neighbors in crisis because it is what they do for their Community. Every single contribution matters to their work. You’ve made a difference. 

Left: Recent flooding levels. Right: 100 + Local Community leaders are meeting weekly to discuss flood relief strategy. People often comment on the flooding in Mission Valley (cleaned up immediately). We must draw attention to the ongoing devastation in SESD, and educate residents of San Diego County. Please stay engaged. We are all obligated to help.

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