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Category: Healthy Parks, Healthy Living L.A.

PRRAC Handbook: Legal Standards for Measuring Progress and Accountability

Park bonds in California show why legal standards are necessary for progress and accountability. In 2006, California voters passed Prop. 84, a bond measure authorizing $5.4 billion in public investments to improve water, parks, coastal protection, and natural resources. Prop. […]

PRRAC Handbook: Data Collection and Analysis

Data collection and analysis are integral in applying the legal framework environmental justice, health equity, and civil rights to hold agencies accountable and measure progress. The City Project has relied on data, GIS mapping and demographic analyses in every organizing […]

Recomendaciones para legislación basada en la histórica Cumbre del Congreso sobre la Justicia Ambiental, la Equidad en el Salud y los Derechos Civiles Esp/Eng

In English Recomendaciones Comunidades en la vanguardia Trabajan con el Presidente del Comité Raúl Grijalva y (D-AZ), el Representante A. Donald McEachin (D-VA), otros congresistas, y expertos de todos los EE.UU. La histórica Cumbre de Justicia Ambiental del Congreso de […]

PRRAC Handbook: Public Lands, Waters, and Monuments; Community Planning and Administrative Action

The US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and the National Park Service have both applied the legal framework to green access in Los Angeles and concluded: (1) there is not enough park space, especially for children of color and low-income […]

Obama Boulevard and MLK Boulevard Celebration and Resistance!

City Project Intern Alex Ruppert reports: The community celebrated the unveiling of the new street sign renaming Rodeo Road for President Barack Obama Blvd. at the intersection of Martin Luther King Blvd. The day long event featured live music, food, […]

Intersection of Obama & MLK Boulevards is a symbol of hope & resistance – L.A. Times

Few would dispute the significance of the Baldwin Hills/Crenshaw neighborhood in the history of L.A. race relations. It’s where Tom Bradley, Los Angeles’s first black mayor, once had to enlist white “dummy buyers” to purchase a home. For decades, discriminatory practices, […]

Park Access, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for All CA Prop 68 #prop68forall

On behalf of frontline communities, we support full funding to comply with the mandate of the people in Prop 68 to promote diversity, equity, inclusion, and access to parks, waters, and monuments for all. Furthermore, we support ensuring recipients of […]

ParkRx LA Day El Cariso Park/Dia de Park Rx Parque El Cariso, Sylmar, CA, April/Abril 28, 2019 9am – 12pm

Register with only your email / registrate con solamente dirección de correo electrónico @ parkrxdayla.eventbrite.com Download the Park Rx Day LA 2019 Flyer   […]

Join Us for the First Ever Park Rx LA Day April 28, 2019 English/Español

Park Rx Day Flyer Englsih/Espanol   […]

Coastal Commission unanimously adopts Environmental Justice Policy with support of diverse allies! @TheCACoast

The California Coastal Commission unanimously adopted the Environmental Justice Policy March 8, with the support of diverse and growing allies. The Policy is the Magna Carta of coastal justice in California. The Policy is a best practice for local, state, […]