Author: Robert Garcia
House Natural Resources Committee Chairman Raul Grijalva Reception GreenLatinos & Allies Jan 15 DC 5-7 pm
As we welcome the start of 116th U.S. Congress, GreenLatinos and our conservation and environmental allies invite you to join us as we celebrate the incoming Chairman of the House Natural Resources Committee, Congressman Raul M. Grijalva, on Tuesday, January 15, 2019 in […]
Justice for Guatemalan People Johns Hopkins, Bristol-Myers, Rockefeller Foundation must face $1 billion syphilis infections suit. Non consensual medical experiments are crimes against humanity.
Read the decision in Estate of Arturo Giron Alvarez v Johns Hopkins University et al, U.S. District Court, District of Maryland, No. 15-00950. HEALTH NEWS JANUARY 4, 2019 Jonathan Stempel (Reuters) – A federal judge in Maryland said The Johns […]
Shifting tide for beach access LA Times Azul, The City Project, CA LULAC, GreenLatinos, Robert Bracamontes
The City Project and Free the Beach! pushed for California’s new environmental justice law, which explicitly authorizes coastal officials to consider not only impacts to plants, animals and coastal habitats when making decisions, but also the effects on underrepresented communities. […]
Rose Foundation “Inspiring, Incredible” PRRAC Strategies for Health Equity, Environmental Justice, Civil Rights The City Project
In the mood to be inspired? Look no further than this incredible report . . . And see The Year in Pictures 2018 The City Project. Please donate generously to The City Project! Peaceful Holidays, Happy Christmas, and Great […]
Ryan Zinke leaves lasting damage at National Park Service [and Scott Pruitt at EPA]. Jon Jarvis, The Guardian.
Thank you Director Jon Jarvis. And conservation justice is leading the resistance, as you point out in your book, not the conservation community.Zinke rode into town on a white horse named Tonto – meaning “dumb” in Spanish, and evoking offensive stereotypes of the Lone Ranger’s “faithful Indian […]
SDNY Sentencing Memo against Michael Cohen is a best practice of understated eloquence and legal and moral clarity. Read it for yourself here.
The Government’s Sentencing Memorandum in the prosecution of Michael Cohen is a best practice of understated eloquence and legal and moral clarity. The Memo analyzes the facts, the law, the crimes, and why Cohen’s behavior is morally wrong. The U.S. […]
Using Soccer as an Organizing Tool by and for the People, Not the Money
The City Project and Anahuak Youth Sports Association use soccer as an organizing tool to bring people together to create the kind of community where they want to live and raise children, reflecting the value of soccer in immigrant communities. […]
Raúl Grijalva, elected by the people, is a champion for justice, the rule of law, truth, and democracy for all. Zinke, not. .@RepRaulGrijalva @SecretaryZinke
Congressman Raúl Grijalva is a champion for people, justice, the rule of law, truth, and democracy for all. He proudly serves the people of Arizona, who repeatedly re-elect him. The scandal-plagued Ryan Zinke is none of those things. He debases the […]
Lloramos con el Mundo Hispano – El legendario cantante de boleros Lucho Gatica El País QEPD
Siete canciones para recordar a Lucho Gatica, veneradeo cantante Chileno de boleros | English El rey del bolero ha fallecido la tarde de este martes a los 90 años en Ciudad de México, donde vivía desde hace más de medio […]
Antonio Gonzalez Presente! A New Latino Environmentalism
We mourn Antonio Gonzalez’s passing with his family, and our compañeros y compañeras at the William C. Velazquez Institute and Southwest Voter Education Project. Antonio is a hero to me, Latinos, and progressives across the nation and across borders. Antonio […]