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Amy Reichert, co-leader of ReOpen San Diego holds up a giant QR code so people can contact their local elected officials to stop the mandates. Photo credit: John Cocozza Photography
Our San Diego first responders are asking for the right to choose. This photo was taken by Liz Romeka of Third Strand Photography at the ReOpen San Diego Protect the Protectors Rally at Balboa Park on Friday, November 19, 2021.
35 poster boards telling just a fraction of the stories of San Diego first responders who say they will not submit to the vaccine mandates. Photo Credit John Cocozza Photography
Retired Marine, Joel Daniel played the bagpipes at the Protect the Protectors rally at the Balboa Park Pavilion on Friday, November 19. Photo Credit John Cocozza Photography
ReOpen San Diego Protect the Protectors Rally Against mandates on Friday, November 19 at the Balboa Park Organ Pavilion.
PublicSq. CEO Michael Seifert speaks at the East County Mamas and Das for Freedom rally on Wednesday, November 10, 2021. ReOpen San Diego is proud to partner with PublicSq.Photo credit: Liz Romeka, Third Strand Photography.
KUSI reporter Teresa Sardina interviews, ReOpen San Diego co-leader Amy Reichert at the East County Mamas and Dads for Freedom rally at the Grossmont Unified School District meeting on Wednesday, November 1o, 2021. Photo Credit: Liz Romeka, Third Strand Photography.
Reopen San Diego, co-founder, Aly Hartmann with co-leader Amy Reichert at the “Protecting the Protectors” Press Conference on Friday, October 22, 2021, at San Diego City Hall. Police officers, firefighters, lifeguards, 9-1-1 dispatchers, and their spouses spoke out against “vaccine” mandates that will result in the loss of 1000 first responders on December 1, 2021.
A young boy whose father is a 28-year San Diego Police Department homicide detective and his mother is a 20-year crime scene reconstructionist lays their boots at the foot of City Hall to symbolize the loss of their faithful service to the City of San Diego. because Mayor Todd Gloria wants to fire his parents 3 weeks before Christmas because they won’t submit.
Helicopter view of the “Protecting the Protectors” ReOpen San Diego press conference on Friday, October 22, 2021. The press conference was held to support police officers, firefighters, lifeguards, 9-1-1 dispatchers, and their spouses against the City of San Diego’s vaccine mandate that will result in the firing of 1000 first responders on December 1, 2021.
Hundreds of people came to the ReOpen San Diego “Protecting the Protectors Press Conference to support police officers, firefighters, lifeguards, 9-1-1 dispatchers, and their spouses against the City of San Diego’s vaccine mandate that will result in the firing of 1000 first responders on December 1, 2021.
ReOpen San Diego “Protecting the Protectors” Press Conference at San Diego City Hall on Friday, October 22, 2021. Police officers, firefighters, and their spouses spoke out against the City of San Diego “vaccine” mandate. The city will fire 1000 first responders on December 1, 2021, unless the city changes its heart. Over 200 boots from law enforcement and firefighters were on display to symbolize the loss.
ReOpen San Diego partnered with several local groups to rally outside the San Diego Unified School District Board meeting on Tuesday, September 28. The board would not allow in-person testimony and only allowed one hour for public comment. 1683 people signed up to speak against mandates for children. Only 83 people signed up in support.
KPBS reporter MG Perez interviews ReOpen San Diego co-leader Amy Reichert at a San Diego Unified School District meeting. The board would not allow people inside. September 28, 2021
ReOpen San Diego hiking group in September 2021.
ReOpen San Diego co-leader Amy Reichert embraces a Respiratory Therapist who was fired from Rady Children’s Hospital because she would not submit to the mandate to get injected. The Respiratory Therapist had been on staff for 13 years at Rady Children’s Hospital.
ReOpen San Diego proudly supports all healthcare workers in their rally against mandates on October 1, 2021. The healthcare workers were fired and not allowed to submit religious exemptions.
Dennis Prager holds up the ReOpen San Diego Proclamation Against Discrimination at a Public Sq event in September 2021.
El Avocado Restaurant in La Jolla proudly displays the ReOpen San Diego Declaration Against Discrimination.
History was made in San Diego when 261 people signed up to speak against agenda item #19 at the San Diego County Board of Supervisors declaring “medical misinformation” a “public health crisis.”
261 people signed up to speak against Agenda item #19 a resolution declaring “medical misinformation a public health crisis” at the San Diego County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, August 31, 2021.
Alondra Ruiz addresses a crowd of 500 people at a rally ReOpen San Diego was invited to speak at The Village SD Restaurant on Saturday, August 28, 2021.
Rally of a Lifetime, Tuesday, August 17, 2021, at the San Diego County Board of Supervisors.
ReOpen San Diego hosted a “Let Us In”, a rally to reopen The San Diego County Board of Supervisor’s meetings. At the time, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Orange County Board of Supervisors had meetings open to the public in person while San Diego remained closed and the public locked out. April 6, 2021.
Children of ReOpen San Diego who were locked out of schools for over a year.
ReOpen San Diego rally at the San Diego County Administration Building.
Amy Reichert, one of the leaders of ReOpen San Diego (middle) pictured with Miguel and Sandra Compton both restaurant owners who were shut down by the state of California.
Diane Ake, Co-Founder of ReOpen San Diego.
Aly Hartmann, Co-Founder of ReOpen San Diego.
Diane Ake, Co-Founder of ReOpen San Diego (Left) with Co-Founder, Aly Hartmann (Right) at the April 6, 2021 ReOpen Rally for the San Diego County Board of Supervisors to “Let Us In!”
San Diego FOX 5 interviewing, Amy Reichert, one of the leaders of ReOpen San Diego before the “All I Want For Christmas is Freedom Rally” on December 21, 2021 in El Cajon, California.
Attorney, Charlotte Najar addresses ReOpen San Diego at the Lawyers Against Lockdowns night.
Amy Reichert, one of the leaders of ReOpen San Diego spoke at a rally to reopen La Mesa-Spring Valley schools.
The emotional scene where a woman spontaneously supported the La Mesa Spring Valley parents rallying to reopen schools.
ReOpen San Diego friends. March 13, 2021.
Amy Reichert, one of the leaders of ReOpen San Diego (Left, Aly Hartmann, Co-Founder of ReOpen San Diego (middle), Stacey Gaona of KPRZ, and The Answer radio stations.
1 year anniversary of the lockdowns rally. Amy Reichert, one of the leaders of ReOpen San Diego pictured with her son. Speakers included Former San Diego mayor Kevin Faulconer and El Cajon Mayor Bill Wells. March 13, 2021.
Amy Reichert, one of the leaders of ReOpen San Diego at the St. Patrick’s Day Open Mic Night at the Encore Event Center.
KUSI had morning coverage as ReOpen San Diego marched with Let Them Breathe on May 1, 2021 for mask-choice for children in schools.
ReOpen San Diego marched with Let Them Breathe on May 1, 2021 for mask-choice for children in schools.
Amy Reichert, one of the leaders of ReOpen San Diego during the Let Them Breathe march on May 1, 2021.
ReOpen San Diego marched with Let Them Breathe on May 1, 2021 for mask-choice for children in schools. Aly Hartmann, Co-Founder of ReOpen San Diego (Left) with Amy Reichert, one of the leaders of ReOpen San Diego (Right).
ReOpen San Diego rally in front of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors on May 18, 2021.
This was the first San Diego County Board of Supervisors meeting in over 12 months. The Board would not allow people with disabilities and health exemptions inside the building to address the. ReOpen San Diego protested outside with 100 people on a Tuesday morning on May 18, 2021.
ReOpen San Diego rally on May 18, 2021.
One of the leaders of ReOpen San Diego, Amy Reichert with her son (Left) with Co-Founder of ReOpen San Diego Aly Hartmann (Right).
Amy Reichert, one of the leaders of ReOpen San Diego interviewed by Telemundo. March 13, 2021.
Co-Founder of ReOpen San Diego, Diane Ake helping people get resources about reopening. March 13, 2021.
Co-Founder Aly Hartmann at the ReOpen San Diego Cinco de Mayo event where parents could come and learn about mask-free schools and summer camps for their children.
Danielle Morrow sings the national anthem before the ReOpen San Diego rally to mark the one-year anniversary of the lockdowns. Amy Reichert, one of the leaders of ReOpen San Diego pictured on the right. March 13, 2021.
Families of ReOpen San Diego at the rally to mark the one-year anniversary of the shutdowns. March 13, 2021.
ReOpen San Diego rally to mark the one-year anniversary of the shutdowns. March 13, 2021.
Dogs are welcome at ReOpen San Diego.
KUSI’s Dan Plante interviews Amy Reichert, one of the leaders of ReOpen San Diego at the “All I Want For Christmas is Freedom Rally” on December 21, 2020, in El Cajon, California.
The Encore Event Center where ReOpen San Diego has had events with thousands of attendees.
Dan Plante of KUSI interviewing Amy Reichert at the “All I Want For Christmas is Freedom” Rally on December 21, 2020 in El Cajon, California.
Aly Hartmann, co-leader of ReOpen San Diego addresses a ReOpen rally on February 17, 2021.
ReOpen San Diego marched with Let Them Breathe on May 1, 2021 for mask-choice for children in schools. Co-founder Aly Hartmann pictured.
ReOpen supporters at a “Let Us In” rally to reopen the San Diego County Board of Supervisors meetings to the public. April 6, 2021.
Amy Reichert, one of the leaders of ReOpen San Diego interviewed before the start of the “Let Us In” rally in front of the San Diego County Board Supervisors on April 6, 2021.
ReOpen San Diego were guests on the radio show hosted by Let Them Breathe.
Amy Reichert with son (Left), Aly Hartmann (right)
Amy Reichert and son (Left), Aly Hartmann (Right).
Committee head of Public Policy and Legislation for ReOpen San Diego Gretchen Goel (Left with Diane Ake, Co-Founder of ReOpen San Diego (Right).
Amy Reichert interviewed by KUSI about Cal/OSHA controversy.
ReOpen San Diego partnered with Let Them Breathe for a march on June 5, 2021 for mask-choice for children in schools.
ReOpen San Diego rally in front of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors on May 18, 2021.
Amy Reichert (Left), Aly Hartmann (Middle), Andrew Serafini (Right).
Rally at the San Diego County Board of Supervisors on May 18, 2021. The Board of Supervisors would not allow people with mask exemptions inside the San Diego County Administration Building.
ReOpen San Diego marched with Let Them Breathe on May 1, 2021 for mask-choice for children in schools.
Assembyman Kevin Kiley (Left) with Co-Founder of ReOpen San Diego Aly Hartmann (Right).
Let Them Breathe & ReOpen San Diego partnered on June 5, 2021 for a march for children and mask-choice in schools.
Ray Flores, esq. at the ReOpen San Diego “Lawyers Against Lockdowns” night.
Co-Founder, Diane Ake addressing a crowd of 300 at a ReOpen San Diego event.
At ReOpen San Diego we believe EVERYONE IS ESSENTIAL.
Aly Hartmann, co-founder of ReOpen San Diego addressing a group of 300 people at the Cinco de Mayo event held at the Encore Event Center.
ReOpen San Diego partnered with Let Them Breathe for a march for mask-choice for children. The march was from the Oceanside pier to the Carlsbad Village on May 1, 2021.
Aly Hartmann, co-founder of ReOpen San Diego modeling our ReOpen San Diego t-shirts.
ReOpen San Diego partnered with Let Them Breathe for a march for mask-choice on May 1, 2021.
First ever ReOpen San Diego rally. Guest speakers included San Diego Board of Supervisor, Jim Desmond, El Cajon mayor Bill Wells and Coronado mayor Richard Bailey.
Amy Reichert, one of the leaders of ReOpen San Diego with her son addressing 400 people at the Let Them Breathe march in Carlsbad, California on June 5, 2021.
First ever ReOpen San Diego rally, Save San Diego.
ReOpen San Diego partnered with Let Them Breathe for a march on May 1, 2021.
Amy Reichert, one of the leaders of ReOpen San Diego (left), Assemblyman Kevin Kiley (middle), Aly Hartmann, co-founder of ReOpen San Diego (right).
Save San Diego Rally at the San Diego County Administration Building.
Aly Hartmann interviewed by KUSI.

Danielle Morrow sings the National Anthem at the ReOpen San Diego Cinco de Mayo Mask-Choice School and Summer Camp Resource Fair.
Bishop Art Hodges who was victorious in the United States Supreme Court against California Governor Gavin Newsom to reopen churches spoke at ReOpen San Diego’s “Lawyers Against Lockdowns” event on April 14, 2021.
Co-Founder of ReOpen San Diego, Aly Hartmann, addressed a ReOpen San Diego gathering at the Encore Event Center.
(From the Left) Sharon McKeeman, founder of Let Them Breathe, Aly Hartmann, co-founder of ReOpen San Diego, and Amy Reichert, one of the leaders of ReOpen San Diego with her son on stage at SMILE-FEST in Carlsbad, California July 10, 2021. An audience of 200 people came out to support mask-choice for students in schools.
On June 5, 2021, ReOpen San Diego partnered with Let Them Breathe to march for mask choice for students.
Amy Reichert, one of the leaders of ReOpen San Diego addresses a crowd of 400 at the Let Them Breathe march in Carlsbad, California on June 5, 2021. ReOpen San Diego is a proud partner of Let Them Breathe, an advocacy group of concerned parents for mask choice in schools.
Alysson Hartmann, co-founder of ReOpen San Diego, works a booth during “SMILE-FEST” on July 10 at Mission Church in Carlsbad. Hartmann and others are lobbying for mask choice in schools. Photo by Steve Puterski
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