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Author: Timothy Mok

Trump admin has declared war on the environment | Capitol Weekly

This op-ed was re-printed in Political Pulse, a monthly newsletter published by the owners of Capitol Weekly and distributed in Sacramento capitol area.  By Robert García Opinion August 2018 The resignation of Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt was met […]

Free the Beach! Hollister Ranch NRPA Parks & Recreation

By Robert García Open Space August 2018 Two miles from Gaviota State Park beach, just west of Santa Barbara, California, sits Hollister Ranch, a gated community that’s one of the last large holdings of property along the California shore. State […]

Federal Appeals Court in Pasadena Hears Border Wall Challenge Tuesday August 7

The U.S.-Mexico border wall threatens marginalized communities and endangered species, and embodies hate and divisiveness. Marta Segura, Center for Biological Diversity, Robert García, The City Project, “Protect People, Wildlife, Places and Values, #stopthewall.”  Media Advisory, August 6, 2018 Contacts: J.P. Rose, […]

Oppose Citizenship Question on 2020 Census #SaveTheCensus

The City Project opposes the inclusion of a citizenship question in the 2020 Census survey. Including such a question would be discriminatory, discourage participation in the Census, and threaten the accuracy of Census data. Census data are used to inform government decisions […]

Extremely Detailed Interactive Map of the 2016 Election from national to local precinct level New York Times

www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/upshot/election-2016-voting-precinct-maps.html  […]

Park Access for All! ¡Acceso a los parques para todos! #Prop68 Senator Kevin de León Press Conference Conferencia June 19 10 am

English/Español Prop 68 Press Conference with Senator Kevin de León Tuesday, June 19th 10 AM PST Vista Hermosa Park – 100 N. Toluca St., Los Angeles, CA 90026 Prop 68 provides for park access for all! People of color and low income people […]

Zoot Suit Riots 75th Anniversary June 3 to 10, 1943 Culture, History and Latino Theater

From June 3 to June 10, 1943, servicemen stationed at the Chavez Ravine naval station randomly beat up young Mexican American and Black men throughout Los Angeles. The sailors brutalized their victims and left them lying in the streets; police […]

“Adobes, Trails & Historic Sites, Oh My!”–the Old Spanish Trail Association at the Juan Matias Sanchez Adobe this coming Saturday

The Old Spanish Trail Association is conducting public outreach at the Juan Matias Sanchez Adobe in Montebello this coming Saturday. We’ll likely be there longer than the scheduled end-time and the Adobe will be open until 4:00pm, so come stop […]

Tommy Orange ‘There There’ debut novel of the year Native American Cheyenne Arapaho Oakland writer

His novel is about urban Indians, about whom he writes, in his bravura prologue, “We know the sound of the freeway better than we do rivers, the howl of distant trains better than wolf howls, we know the smell of […]

18th Annual LA River Ride June 3

The 18th Annual LA River Ride is in two days on June 3, 2018! Join over 2,000 riders, and enjoy a great day of bicycling along the LA River and through DTLA to Long Beach! All routes start at The Autry in […]