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Yearly Archives: 2006

Support Healthy, Livable Communities for All

Dear Friends, As the year comes to a close, I want to share our accomplishments and ask you to support The City Project’s vision and work with a tax-deductible year-end donation. In the past six years, The City Project has […]

A New Chapter in Social Justice, Refurbishing L.A.’s Soul

The City Project is featured in two articles highlighting our work in Los Angeles: A New Chapter in Social Justice Downtown News staff writer Evan George writes: “Amid all the chatter late last month about the winning design for the […]

The City Project Goes Live!

Image Courtesy of Ira Artz The City Project continues to implement a collective vision for the Los Angeles region to achieve equal justice, democracy, and livability for all. In the past six years, The City Project has spearheaded efforts for […]

Public Comments Los Angeles State Historic Park Design

The City Project at the Center for Law in the Public Interest with the Alianza de los Pueblos del Rio has submitted public comments concerning the design of Los Angeles State Historic Park. […]

Los Angeles State Historic Park Design Finalists Draw Cornfield with Bold Strokes

“This could have been warehouses, and instead it’s going to be a park,” said Robert Garcia, executive director for the Center for Law in the Public Interest. “It wouldn’t have happened without the people on the selection committee and in […]

Justice and Collaboration, L.A. State Historic Park, World Wall, Prop 84

Robert Garcia will speak on The Power of Justice and Collaboration at the Congress of the National Recreation and Park Association in Seattle, Washington with Fran Mainella, Director, The National Park Service, and Gene Duvernoy, President, Cascade Land Conservancy, on […]

Los Angeles Regional Workshop on Proposition 84

Los Angeles Regional Workshop on Proposition 84 The Clean Water, Parks & Coastal Protection Bond of 2006 Thursday October 12th 9:30 am – 12:00 noon The Los Angeles River Center and Gardens 570 West Ave 26, Los Angeles 90065 Please […]

The Dream Begins!

Children playing at the opening of the Los Angeles State Historic Park at the Cornfield on September 23, 2006, with City Hall and the skyline in the background. Learn more about the struggle for the park. […]

Millard What Goes Around

Letter to the Editor Pasadena Star News October 4, 2006 What goes around … I nearly choked on my coffee when I read the article about plans for completing the Altadena Crest Trail (“County maps path for trail,” Sept. 19). […]

Browning the Green Movement

The Alianza de los Pueblos del Rio formed after [Robert] Garcia and others decided that development of a new L.A. River was a symbolic and literal convergence of a myriad of issues confronting L.A.’s Latino population. To be left out […]