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Category: Everyday Heroes

GreenLatinos Supports Green “Justice” New Deal Resolution #AOC Please Join Us

The City Project is a proud member of GreenLatinos, and Robert García serves on the national Board of Directors. Join GreenLatinos in calling for a GreenJustice New Deal! Reach out to Amanda Aguirre, amandaaguirre @ greenlatinos.org, or 281-814-4627. Increasing Justice […]

The Super Bowl, Sports & Civil Rights

On Tuesday, Devin McCourty and several teammates from New England Patriots football team toured the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park in Atlanta. “With this game, everything is focused on playing Sunday. But when you step back and think […]

Super Blood Full Moon Total Eclipse L.A. State Historic Park Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day

This park is not here because of any vision by a politician or plan. This park is here because of community agitation led by The City Project, Concerned Citizens of Southcentral Los Angeles, the Chinatown community, Anahuak Youth Sports Association, […]

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez @AOC on Green Justice New Deal The City Project, GreenLatinos, CA LULAC, The Praxis Project

Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez discussed a Green Justice New Deal with The City Project, GreenLatinos, CA LULAC, and The Praxis Project in her office on the Hill. The New Deal, Nature’s New Deal the Civilian Conservation Corps, and the 2007 failed […]

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 […]

10th Anniversary Acjachemen’s Victory LA Times Editorial

Los Angeles Times Editorial OUT HERE The Acjachemen’s victory The Acjachemen quietly marked the win against the Foothill South toll road by honoring land that will not be disturbed. December 27, 2008 On the chilly morning of the winter solstice […]

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 […]

The Year in Pictures 2018 The City Project

2018 was an exciting year for The City Project! Click on the captions for more information: “Pathways to Health Equity” One of the top 5 reports by the National Academies in 2017! Strategies for Health Justice PRRAC, The City Project #NoBorderWall […]

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. […]

Education on Culture, History & Art in Schools, Parks & Museums – STEAM not STEM for Equal Justice, Diversity & Inclusion

Education promotes equal opportunity in life. Schools, parks, and museums, including public lands, monuments, and waters, are the most important education institutions to reach students and their families and friends. A study by Stanford University quantifies the benefits of ethnic […]