Yearly Archives: 2008

2008 The Year in Pictures

Monday, December 22nd, 2008

Click on each image to see more. WE WON! DIVERSE ALLIES SAVED PANHE AND SAN ONOFRE, AND STOPPED THE TOLL ROAD! Malibu Public Access for All Healthy Parks, Schools, and Communities Los Angeles City Council Highlights Vista Hermosa Park Grand Opening Keep State Parks Open for All! SCAG Multiagency Effort to Improve Access to Parks [...]

Ancestor Walk 2008

Monday, December 22nd, 2008

Kenyaangna The Ancestor Walk is the annual pilgrimage of the Juaneño/Acjachemen and Gabrielino/Tongva people as they carry prayers to honor the spirits of their Ancestors. The 12th Annual Ancestor Walk from Panhe to Putiidhem, Kenyaanga, Bolsa Chica, Motuueheynga, and Puvunga took place on October 4, 2007. These images are used with the permission of the [...]

WE WON! DIVERSE ALLIES SAVED PANHE AND SAN ONOFRE STATE BEACH!!!!!

Friday, December 19th, 2008

Diverse allies working together persuaded the California Coastal Commission in February and the United States Department of Commerce on December 18, 2008, to save the sacred Native American Acjachemen site of Panhe and San Onofre State Beach and stop the toll road there. “Our hearts are filled with gratitude today. I am grateful for the [...]

Feds say no to Foothill South – Los Angeles Times Editorial

Friday, December 19th, 2008

The Commerce Department turns down an appeal of the Coastal Commission’s rejection. December 19, 2008 Given the Bush administration’s propensity to ignore science and reason in pushing its anti-environment agenda, it was both surprising and refreshing to see the U.S. Commerce Department hew to the rules when it rebuffed the proposed Foothill South toll road [...]

Heritage Parkscape: Echo Park Boating 2007

Friday, December 19th, 2008

Echo Park 2007 Visit the Heritage Parkscape online and on flickr. Learn more about Monuments, Diversity, and Democracy.

ACJACHEMEN SACRED SITE PANHE SAVED! UCPP Press Release

Thursday, December 18th, 2008

For Immediate Release December 18, 2008 Contact: Rebecca Robles rebrobles1@gmail.com Angela Mooney D’Arcy angela.ucpp@gmail.com www.savepanhe.org ACJACHEMEN SACRED SITE PANHE SAVED! U.S. COMMERCE DEPARTMENT SAYS TOLL ROAD NOT IN NATIONAL INTEREST PANHE, San Clemente, CA—Members of the Acjachemen Nation, the United Coalition to Protect Panhe (UCPP), and our allies in the environmental and social justice movements celebrate a tremendous [...]

Ancestor Walk 2008

Thursday, December 18th, 2008

Jimi Castillo at Putiidhem. The Ancestor Walk is the annual pilgrimage of the Juaneño/Acjachemen and Gabrielino/Tongva people as they carry prayers to honor the spirits of their Ancestors. The 12th Annual Ancestor Walk from Panhe to Putiidhem, Kenyaanga, Bolsa Chica, Motuueheynga, and Puvunga took place on October 4, 2007. These images are used with the [...]

Monuments, Diversity, and Democracy: 172 Stonehurst Recreation Center

Wednesday, December 17th, 2008

Constructed circa 1930 of native stone by Montelongo, a Native American stonemason who with his workers laid the round and smooth rock from the local area. Learn more about the Monuments, Diversity, and Democracy campaign. Visit the Heritage Parkscape online and on flickr.

Ancestor Walk 2008

Tuesday, December 16th, 2008

Putiidhem. The Ancestor Walk is the annual pilgrimage of the Juaneño/Acjachemen and Gabrielino/Tongva people as they carry prayers to honor the spirits of their Ancestors. The 12th Annual Ancestor Walk from Panhe to Putiidhem, Kenyaanga, Bolsa Chica, Motuueheynga, and Puvunga took place on October 4, 2007. These images are used with the permission of the [...]

Heritage Parkscape: Central Avenue Jazz Park Tiles

Monday, December 15th, 2008

Jazz tiles at the Central Avenue Jazz Park across from the Dunbar Hotel reflect the rich history of jazz along Central Avenue. Visit the Heritage Parkscape online and on flickr. Learn more about Monuments, Diversity, and Democracy.