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Yearly Archives: 2012

Over the fiscal cliff

Paul Krugman N.Y. Times: The reality is that President Obama has made huge concessions. He has already cut spending sharply, and has now offered additional big spending cuts, including a cut in Social Security benefits, while signaling his willingness to […]

Just Transportation: Is Los Angeles Making Progress on Transit for All?

SoCal >; Departures >; Land of Sunshine >; Green Justice >; Just Transportation: Is Los Angeles Making Progress on Transit for All? Green Justice Just Transportation: Is Los Angeles Making Progress on Transit for All? by Robert Garcia on December […]

Mayan Cycle December 21, 2012, Barrio Logan

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The City Project’s Daphne Hsu Freedom Forum Diversity Institute

Daphne Hsu, a Staff Attorney at The City Project, reconnects with Chips Quinn Scholars for Diversity in Journalism Program Director, Karen Catone. An alum of CQS, Daphne participated in 2012 Election Protection in Richmond, Virginia. Before coming to The City Project, […]

NPS Significant Efforts Needed To Ensure Park Access for Communities of Color

The National Park Service (NPS) acknowledges access to parks and recreational facilities for communities of color is a serious concern. “[C]ommunities of color and children have disproportionately low access to parks and open space in Los Angeles County,” according to a […]

NPS Highlights Transit To Trails for Inner City Youth

The National Parks Service (NPS) draft study of the proposed national recreation area for the San Gabriel Mountains cites work of The City Project and its allies to diversify access to and support for mountains, beaches, and rivers through Transit to […]

NPS National Recreation Area Could Improve Access, Ease Park Disparities

The National Park Service (NPS) draft study of the proposed national recreation area for the San Gabriel Mountains focuses on improving access to green space and easing park disparities in the Los Angeles region. Citing the work of The City […]

Anahuak, MRCA, and The City Project celebrate Echo Park holiday parade

The City Project celebrates the annual holiday parade in Echo Park with Anahuak Youth Sports Association and MRCA (Mountains Recreation & Conservation Authority). Children from Anahuak and the MRCA Junior Ranger Program were joined by parents and coaches (and The […]

Thank You for Your Support in 2012

We ask you to make a year end contribution to support equal justice, democracy and livability for all. Thanks to your support, The City Project is celebrating our second decade. In the past year alone we have enjoyed remarkable victories […]

Tom Hayden “The City Project Organizes, Litigates for Environmental Justice”

Click here to read the entire article. Click here to view the video “Park Poor.” Tom Hayden, founder and Director of the Peace and Justice Resource Center, has led a long and distinguished career of activism, politics, and writing dedicated to […]