our promise to you
United for Civil Rights was established to educate, empower, and safeguard the Civil Rights of public servants, students, and educators. The employees of San Diego Community College District (SDCCD), Grossmont Cuyamaca Community College (GCCCD, and South Orange County Community College District (SOCCCD) represent the rich diversity found within the surrounding communities, which we proudly serve.
This platform promotes Civil Rights advocacy and recognizes the strength in unity which is needed to prevent SDCCD, GCCCD, and SOCCCD employees from being put on administrative leave without pay after being denied their Civil Rights. SDCCD, GCCCD, and SOCCCD is violating our Civil Rights by denying all the religious exemptions submitted for the COVID 19 vaccine. If you take one Civil Right away it is a matter of time before we do not have any. Join us now.
02-19-24 The Goal is $75,000
We have only begun the fight. Please keep up the donating effort.
LAWSUIT UPDATE AND FILINGS
MOTION TO DISMISS
OPPOSITION TO THE MOTION
ATTORNEY GARY KEEP SPEAKS ABOUT THE So. CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES LAWSUIT
CASE FILED BRIEF
KUSI – Community College Terminated Employees 1-19-23
EPOCH TIMES – NEWS ARTICLE
TWITTER – CLIP OF PRESS CONFERENCE
CBS 8 – Community College Press Conference 04-11-22
THE SAN DIEGO UNION TRIBUNE – NEWS ARTICLE
SAN CLEMENTE TIMES – NEWS ARTICLE
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA RECORD – NEWS ARTICLE
ONE AMERICA NEWS
OAN – Community College Press Conference 04-11-22
BECOME A PLAINTIFF FOR YOUR
SDCCD, GCCCD, and SOCCCD United for Civil Rights is seeking plaintiffs to add to their case against Governor Newsom and the State of California. Please fill in the questionnaire below to apply. Our legal team will reach out to you if you meet our criteria.
Also, if you would like volunteer with us, there is a special area below this form where you can request to be one. We could really use your help along with donations.
Plaintiff Fill-In Form
The United States Constitution Protects You
You Have A Right To File Exemption/s ( letter to use will be added soon)
You Will Not Be Discriminated Against
Your Medical and Religious Status Needs Defending
We Will Provide You With What You Need To Know
WE THINK IT’S IMPORTANT TO KEEP YOU INFORMED.
Peggy Hall talks about schools and colleges are required to accomodate religious exemptions under Title IV, US Civil Rights
DENIED RELIGIOUS EXEMPTION
Peggy Hall talks about “What if my employer denies my religious exemption?” She gives complete reason for that to be a violation.
PEGGY TO THE RESCUE
This is the button to Peggy Hall’s YouTube Channel – The Healthy American. View all of her published videos online and search for common topics.
THE LEGAL EFFORT
ATTORNEY INFORMATION - click
Gary G. Kreep – Attorney at Law
Graduated from University of San Diego School of Law in 1975. Admitted to practice in California and in the Federal District Court for the Southern District of California in 1975. Since then, admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court , the 9th, and several other, Circuit Courts of Appeals, and all Federal District Courts in California.
Lead trial and appellate counsel in In Re Rachel L, the case that legalized home schooling for all families in California.
Constitutional law attorney or California State Superior Court Judge since 1975.
FILE YOUR CLAIM AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT
FILE YOUR CLAIM AGAINST THE EEOC for DISCRIMINATION
LEGAL LETTER TO CHANCELLOR CORTEZ AND SDCCD BOARD OF TRUSTEES 10-26-2021
…legitimate powers of government reach actions only, & not opinions, I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature should ‘make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof,’ thus building a wall of separation between Church & State. Adhering to this expression of the supreme will of the nation in behalf of the rights of conscience, I shall see with sincere satisfaction the progress of those sentiments which tend to restore to man all his natural rights, convinced he has no natural right in opposition to his social duties.”
Letters of Thomas Jefferson