Click on each image to see more details. Ascot Hills Where’s the Park? Griffith Park on the East Bank of the Los Angeles River Preserve History and Green Space at El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historic Monument and Father Serra Park Keep Baldwin Hills Clean and Safe for Generations to Come Diversify Access to and [...]
Yearly Archives: 2009
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Allensworth Hotel. Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park commemorates the only California town to be founded, financed and governed by African Americans. Colonel Allen Allensworth founded the town in 1908. Colonel Allensworth, born a slave, served in the Army and Navy and retired as lieutenant colonel, the highest ranking black in the armed forces. A champion [...]
Posted: December 27th, 2008 http://www.cityprojectca.org/blog/archives/1205 Los Angeles Times Editorial OUT HERE The Acjachemen’s victory The Acjachemen quietly marked the win against the Foothill South toll road by honoring land that will not be disturbed. December 27, 2008 On the chilly morning of the winter solstice last Sunday, the sun was just cresting the ridgeline of [...]
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Dear Friends, All children deserve places to play, where they can become strong and healthy, and learn cooperation and competition in a safe environment. I’m writing today to ask for your support in expanding opportunities for children to be physically active and learn lifelong habits for health. The City Project, a nonprofit advocacy and policy [...]
The Carrizo Plain is the largest remaining tract of the San Joaquin Valley biogeographic province with only limited evidence of human alteration. Lying adjacent to the southwest edge of the San Joaquin Valley in eastern San Luis Obispo County, the 250,000 acre area is a diverse complex of habitats similar to those in the San [...]
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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 [...]