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The Next Supreme Court Justice Could Take Away Your Civil and Human Rights – Ask Your Senators to Fill in the Blanks

As day two of Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing begins, one thing is clear: Much of his record as a political operative remains a mystery. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley insists on pushing ahead with the hearing while refusing to […]

President picks David Vela as new National Park Service Director

Rob Hotakainen and Corbin Hiar, E&E News reporters Published: August 31, 2018 The White House said today the president had picked David Vela, the superintendent of Grand Teton National Park, to become the new director of the National Park Service. He […]

The City Project Legal Intern Dylan Thomason!

  Dylan Thomason is a Legal Intern with The City Project. He attends Northeastern University School of Law in Boston, Massachusetts. He worked on a social justice project through Northeastern’s experiential research and writing program, in which he and his […]

Creating Diversity & Inclusion in Monuments: A Dialogue with Robert García Santa Fe Art Institute

Creating Diversity & Inclusion in Monuments: A Dialogue with Robert Garcia, Founding Director of The City Project | 7-830PM | October 12 | At SFAI How do monuments reflect society and our collective narratives? Robert Garcia, civil rights attorney and Founding Director […]

Esta Tierra Es Nuestra Tierra Chicano Batman

This land is our land. Here’s to moving forward together. Johnny Walker PSA. […]

UC Stanford Symposium California’s Coastal Act: The Next 40 Years The City Project Coastal Justice Berkeley Nov 17

The City Project’s Robert García will present on Free the Beach! Coastal Justice for All at the UC Stanford Symposium on California’s Coastal Act: The Next 40 Years. California’s Coastal Act: The Next 40 Years Thursday, November 17, 2016 Bancroft […]

National Public Lands Day with NEEF, Anahuak Youth Soccer Association & The City Project!

NEEF (National Environmental Education Foundation), The City Project and Anahuak Youth Sports Association celebrated the 23rd annual National Public Lands Day at Río de Los Angeles State Park with art workshops, sports, lunch, and a park clean up. National Public Lands […]

Diversity in Children’s Books to Reflect the Reality of Our Lives

The Cooperative Children’s Book Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison demonstrates that a vast majority of children’s books depict non-Hispanic white characters. This sends a message to children of color that their lives don’t matter. We should work to “promote anti-biased […]

The Next Generation of Environmental Justice Leadership The City Project Americas Latino EcoFestival

The City Project’s Cesar De La Vega will be featured on a panel discussing the Next Generation of Environmental Justice Leadership at the Americas Latino Eco Festival on October 13th, 2016 in Denver, Colorado. ALEF is bringing together environmental and […]

Land Conservation in a Changing Climate Yale 2016 Berkley Workshop NYC The City Project

Pocantico Center NY. Click for larger image. Convened by the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Science and the Land Trust Alliance, the “Berkley Workshops” explore a particular topic that most land trusts have not had the time, energy, or […]