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Author: Ramya

Humboldt River Ed P. Reyes Greenway Clean Water & Parks Justice

The Humboldt River Ed P. Reyes Greenway is a multibenefit park and clean water justice project to enhance Los Angeles River water quality by removing pollutants (oil, bacteria, trash) from dry-weather urban runoff, while providing natural habitat and much-needed community recreational […]

Take Action Comics: The City Project – Preview: Celebrate the Civil Rights Revolution

Celebrate The Civil Rights Revolution: The Struggle Continues […]

Take Action Comics: The City Project coming soon!

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Guatemalan president resigns. Soy Guatemalteco. Todos somos Americanos.

President Otto Pérez Molina of Guatemala resigned on Thursday to face charges in a customs fraud scandal that has generated a sweeping protest movement of citizens enraged by government corruption. In a letter to the president of Congress, Mr. Pérez Molina […]

Every Kid in a Park! Fourth graders sign up for free!

“Because no matter who you are, no matter where you live, our parks, our monuments, our lands, our waters — these places are your birthright as Americans” President Barack Obama Click on the image for full details Fourth graders sign […]

Olmsted Report Parks, Playgrounds, and Beaches for the Los Angeles Region 1930 & Today

In 1930, Olmsted Brothers – the firm started by the sons of Frederick Law Olmsted, who designed New York’s Central Park, created the field of landscape architecture, and was passionately committed to equal justice through the abolition of slavery – […]

Justice by and for the People in Guatemala

[A] team of dogged investigators and prosecutors is on the cusp of an astonishing feat: bringing down President Otto Pérez Molina, who stands accused of having played a leading role in a huge kickback scheme. Authorities in Guatemala City arrested […]

Pope Francis on Global Inequality: we cannot combat environmental degradation unless we attend to human degradation

Pope Francis writes on human health in his encyclical on caring about climate, creation, and the poor and underprivileged: Global Inequality 48. The human environment and the natural environment deteriorate together; we cannot adequately combat environmental degradation unless we attend […]

Police reform requires the people, federal intervention, and civil rights laws, not just a hero cop NY Times Letter to the Editor

The New York Times Sunday Book Review published my letter to the Editor. Where Credit Is Due To the Editor, New York Times Sunday Book Review: Mark Horowitz makes William Bratton out to be a hero of police reform in […]

Diverse Community Collaborative Submits Comments on San Gabriel National Monument

San Gabriel Valley News Press Release The San Gabriel Mountains Community Collaborative has completed its comments on the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument “Need to Change” Analysis, which were delivered to the U.S. Forest Service. The Community Collaborative has spent many months deliberating, […]