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Solidarity with Dreamers #Shutdown

​ “GreenLatinos commends and supports the members of Congress who are standing by Dreamers, the 800,000 inspiring young adults who are going to school, working, taking care of their families, defending their communities, and contributing to the future of America. […]

#NoBorderWall #borderwall Protect People, Wildlife, Places, and Values

Opposition to the wall bridges equal justice and environmental communities across the nation. The border wall threatens marginalized communities as well as endangered species, and embodies hate and divisiveness. Families along the US-Mexico border routinely cross for cultural, recreational, and religious practices and gatherings. The border region […]

Healthy Living in the Parklands AARP Open Spaces Work Group #healthylivingparklands

AARP Open Spaces Work Group work shop on parks, health, and older adults. Descanso Gardens Tea House, Jan. 17, 2018. L-R Carolyn De Vinny AARP, David McNeil Baldwin Hills Conservancy, Jane Beesley L.A. County Recreation & Parks Open Space District, […]

I am an immigrant. Soy inmigrante. #Shithole president.

English / Espanol. I am an immigrant. I am a civil rights attorney. I came to the US from Guatemala when I was four. My dad was deported earlier. My uncle came to the US without papers and joined the […]

National Academy of Medicine #PromoteHealthEquity #TakeActionComics One of the top 5 most downloaded reports by the National Academies of 323 released in 2017! […]

Full Moon New Year UCLA


The Year in Pictures 2017 Please Support The City Project!

Please donate now to support our work on equal justice, democracy, and livability for all! And make all your Amazon purchases at and Amazon donates to The City Project! Click on the captions for more information. GreenLatinos Living Legacy Award The City Project […]

Survival Stories: Lessons on how to cover climate change Columbia Journalism Review Dec 11 6-7:30 L.A. pm

Even as California emerges as the US beacon for climate change action, its residents still must grapple with the many ways in which carbon emissions and warming temperatures shape their lives. Join the Columbia Journalism Review for a discussion about […]

Cuba’s National Art Schools L.A. Muni Art Gallery Felipe Dulzaides & John Loomis Dec 7 @ 7pm PST LA/LA

Felipe Dulzaides, Sam García Please join our friends Cuban artist Felipe Dulzaides and John Loomis, author of Revolution of Forms: Cuba’s Forgotten Art Schools, in conversation about the remarkable history and architecture of Habana’s Escuelas Nacionales de Arte (National Art […]

Revitalizing the Lower L.A. River: Voices from Maywood – Healthy Sports and Recreation Bring People Together

Maywood parks are underutilized, and don’t offer any sports leagues. Active recreation programs like soccer and baseball can encourage people to use parks, promote healthier lifestyles, cut risky behavior like gangs, crime, drugs, and violence, and connect public officials with […]