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Legislation and Regulations Framework for Civil Rights, Environmental Justice & Health Equity PRRAC Handbook

Advocates cannot be afraid to standup for the rights of the people. This post is part in a series by The City Project’s UCLA Intern Alex Rupert exploring “A Framework for Civil Rights: Environmental Justice and Health Equity,” which is […]

Video 1,000 Former Federal Prosecutors, John Martin USA SDNY, Robert de Niro Mueller Report Trump Would Be Indicted for Obstruction if He Weren’t President

Watch the video on facebook of Robert De Niro introducing John Martin, a former United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and other former federal prosecutors discussing the Mueller Report. “Each of us believes that the conduct […]

Oxnard reunion comunitaria salud y industria del petróleo Community Meeting Pollution & Public Health LULAC The City Project Corazón Latino GreenLatinos May 16 6pm

Español/English May 16 6 pm Conoce sobre las implicaciones a la salud y al clima que están asociadas a la industria del gas y el petróleo. Entre otros padecimientos a consecuencia de esta contaminación, se encuentran el asma, irritación de […]

Who signed the statement by former federal prosecutors that Trump would be charged with obstruction of justice if he weren’t the sitting president?

“Each of us believes that the conduct of President Trump described in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report would, in the case of any other person not covered by the Office of Legal Counsel policy against indicting a sitting President, result […]

Hundreds of Former Federal Prosecutors Agree Trump Would Be Indicted for Obstruction of Justice under Mueller Report If He Were Not President

“Each of us believes that the conduct of President Trump described in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report would, in the case of any other person not covered by the Office of Legal Counsel policy against indicting a sitting President, result […]

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, […]

Watts Students Enjoy UCLA Cub Day

Watts middle school students visited UCLA for a full day that included eating in the dining halls, touring the campus, and meeting student athletes. The students asked questions and listened to a panel of UCLA students, hearing their diverse stories […]

New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Fest @ 50 Civil Rights NYT

Festival organizers estimate that it brings $300 million into the New Orleans economy. . . . [T]his year’s lineup includes 688 groups, “and 600 of them are from New Orleans and South Louisiana.”. . . Jazz Fest is nonprofit, channeling […]

New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Fest WWOZ

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