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Category: Inequality, Income and Wealth, and Jobs

Santa Fe Art Institute Equal Justice Join us for SFAI 140 Nov 17! Always new & inspiring!

From celebrated local artist Rose B. Simpson from Santa Clara Pueblo, to Civil Rights Advocate Robert García from the USA and Guatemala, to feminist multimedia artist Eva Rocha from Brazil, our twenty presenters are all change makers from an exciting […]

Full moon rising Sangre de Cristo Mountains Santa Fe Art Institute Equal Justice Residents

The City Project / Robert García SFAI Equal Justice Resident […]

Reimagining Conservation: The Next 100 Years – NRPA Parks & Rec Magazine @next100cltn

Next 100 is part of a re-imagination that reverberates throughout conservation, health, and equal opportunity communities.  Our members bring together grassroots leaders, people-of-color advocacy organizations and established conservation organizations to achieve this shared vision for an inclusive future. These conversations […]

Full Moon Rising Santa Fe River Santa Fe Art Institute Equal Justice Residency

Santa Fe Art Institute Equal Justice Residents Imagine a more equitable world. We are artists, innovative thinkers, and engaged citizens working at the intersection of the arts and social justice. We believe in artists as leaders and catalysts to effect […]

US Rep Nanette Barragán GreenLatinos Environmental Justice 101 Live Stream

Congresswoman Nanette Barragán D CA […]

16th Annual Mayoral Housing, Transportation, and Jobs Summit L.A. Business Council

The City Project is co-sponsoring the Los Angeles Business Council‘s 16th Annual Mayoral Housing, Transportation and Jobs Summit: Smart Growth and Equity in an Expanding Economy. Topics of discussion include  Housing L.A.’s Future Economy and Workforce, Innovating L.A.’s Transportation Infrastructure […]

Revitalizing the Lower L.A. River: Voices from Maywood – Overcoming Barriers to Community Participation

People in Maywood and other Gateway Cities on the banks of the L.A. River from Vernon to the ocean are marginalized in river revitalization plans. Many Maywood residents interviewed for my Master’s Thesis didn’t even know the L.A. River is […]

People Speak Out Against Administration’s Attack on Public Lands YouTube #Next100Coalition #GreenLatinos #BearsEars #MonumentsforAll

Click on the image to see the video by Next 100 and NRDC. “To attack national monuments undermines the precious natural heritage of the people and the nation.” “It’s wrong on environmental grounds, it’s wrong on social justice grounds, it’s […]

Whitewashing the L.A. River? Displacement and Equitable Greening

Revitalizing the Los Angeles River once offered hope for a more sustainable, livable and socially just city. Whose dreams will come true, and who will be left behind? Civil rights, environmental justice, and health equity strategies by the people offer […]

Equitable Redevelopment for the Los Angeles River

Diverse allies are working together to promote equitable revitalization of the L.A. River, avoid displacement, and ensure compliance with the equitable planning framework. The goals include healthy and safe parks and recreation, deeply affordable housing, thriving wages, opportunities for small, […]