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Category: Human Rights

Korematsu is gravely wrong & overruled; such discrimination to protect national security is unlawful, outside presidential authority & has no place under the Constitution – Justice John Roberts. No Emergency, #NoBorderWall

Korematsu was “gravely wrong the day it was decided” and “overruled in the court of history”; discrimination based on race, color, or national origin to protect national security is objectively unlawful, outside the scope of presidential authority, and has no […]

No Emergency, No Wall – Oppose Discriminatory Bogus Emergency Declaration #NoBorderWall UPDATES

UPDATE GreenLatinos Joins Earthjustice Suit against Discriminatory Declaration March 14, 2019 This president’s totalitarian terrorist tactic, declaring an emergency to build the wall, is a face saving win-win for him, this administration, and their enablers to claim he met his […]

Hollister Court Upholds Public Right to Be Heard on Coastal Justice for All Free the Beach! #hollisterranch @TheCACoast

Santa Barbara County Superior Court Judge Colleen K. Sterne upheld the public’s right to be heard on coastal justice for all, and refused to approve the proposed settlement between wealthy beach front property owners and state agencies, in a ruling finalized […]

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 […]

Cuban Revolution 60th Anniversary Politics, Trust and Reform

Cuba celebrated the 60th anniversary of the Revolution in January 2019. The Cuban Revolution was popular in the US until it became clear Cuba would stand up to US imperialist domination in Latin America. Cuba and the US engaged in […]

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, […]

House Natural Resources Chair Raúl Grijalva, Members of Congress, Community Leaders on People, Places & Values #NoBorderWall #StopTheShutdown

Protect people, values, wildlife and places on the border and beyond. Restore work, justice, democracy, and the rule of law. Stop the wall, shutdown, fear, hate, lies, and greed. “Has any one of us grieved for the death of these brothers […]

Coastal Justice CA Coastal Commission Environmental Justice Policy Statement Free the Beach!

We are proud of California LULAC, GreenLatinos, Native American leader Robert Bracamontes, and The City Project working with the California Coastal Commission and its staff on the January 2019 draft environmental justice policy statement: “The California Coastal Commission’s commitment to […]

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 […]