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The Year in Pictures 2014

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Griffith Park Eastside Park Design wins the Northeast Los Angeles Placemaking Design Competition

The Groundbreaking of the Los Angeles State Historic Park

The Billion Dollar Plan to Revitalize the Los Angeles River

Permanent Protections for the San Gabriel Mountains with Environmental Justice and Health for All

It’s Working–Park Funds Invested in Park Poor, Income Poor Communities

Community Faculty Appointment at Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science


The “Walk A Mile in My Shoes” Civil Rights Park

U.S. EPA Environmental Justice Head Lisa García Commends The City Project as “Real Community Lawyering and an Inspiration”

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Public Health Law News Interview Health and Civil Rights Robert García


National Park Service Health Parks, Healthy People

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Parks Forward, Health, and Environmental Justice and Quality for All 

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NYC People’s March Climate Justice


Free the Beach! Public Access Law for Martin’s Beach

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“A remarkable moment in American urban history” 20th Anniversary MTA Transportation Justice Bus Rider’s Case 

MTA victory lunch fee award 1997

Invest Cap and Trade Funds to Benefit Underserved Communities and Communities of Color 

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President Obama “Too many children, especially children of color, don’t have access to parks. This is an issue of social justice.”


10 Years Grassroots & Government Working Together on Clean Water, Clean Air & Quality of Life for All in L.A.

Clean Water Justice Collection System Settlement Agreement 2004-2014

We are all immigrants. The City Project supports President Obama on #ImmigrationAction

Immigrants Newburgh NY ca 1957

Smithsonian Native Americans, Urban Waters, and Civic Engagement: The L.A. River Bracamontes & García


Celebrate The Civil Rights Revolution: The Struggle Continues

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The Selma to Montgomery March, Photo Tile in The Civil Rights Park, Los Angeles 2014

Using Civil Rights Tools to Address Health Disparities 

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