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Remembering Prof. Miguel Méndez Stanford Lawyer Magazine

By Robert García ’74, JD ‘78 Civil rights, health equity, and conservation attorneys and advocates were gathered at the GreenLatinos National Summit in Asilomar State Park when I received the word Miguel Méndez had died peacefully in his sleep at […]

Creating Diversity & Inclusion in Monuments: A Dialogue with Robert García Santa Fe Art Institute

Creating Diversity & Inclusion in Monuments: A Dialogue with Robert Garcia, Founding Director of The City Project | 7-830PM | October 12 | At SFAI How do monuments reflect society and our collective narratives? Robert Garcia, civil rights attorney and Founding Director […]

Dolores Huerta Civil Rights Hero Rebel Activist Feminist Mother Movie

Dolores Huerta Santa Fe Center for Contemporary Arts Dolores The Movie Dolores Huerta Foundation […]

Humboldt River Ed P. Reyes Greenway Clean Water & Parks Justice

The Humboldt River Ed P. Reyes Greenway is a multibenefit park and clean water justice project to enhance Los Angeles River water quality by removing pollutants (oil, bacteria, trash) from dry-weather urban runoff, while providing natural habitat and much-needed community recreational […]

Radical Women: Latin American Art “the single most exciting and hope-inspiring historical group show” NY Times Hammer

“Radical Women is the single most exciting and hope-inspiring historical group show of contemporary art I’ve seen in 10 years.” —The New York Times Part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, this exhibition at the Hammer Museum will reappraise the contribution of […]

GreenLatinos Living Legacy Award The City Project Robert García Hispanic Heritage Month

GreenLatinos is recognizing Champion Advocate Award – Amanda Aguirre Living Legacy Award – Robert García The City Project, Charles Drew University of Science & Medicine Community Leadership Award – t.e.j.a.s. Nuestro Compañero Award – EarthJustice GreenLatinos invites you to join! HERE’s the link for the […]

Santa Fe Art Institute Equal Justice Residency: Radical Imagination

SFAI Blog: Radical Imagination | Launching Equal Justice Programming By Jamie Blosser | SFAI Executive Director Each year, we at SFAI choose a social issue as an annual theme to ground our programming, and each month during the thematic year, […]

Pride We are all immigrants and dreamers The City Project @ 18 Guatemala NuMu LACMA PST LA/LA #DACA

Artist Stefan Benchoam and Tomás García, LACMA Assistant Vice President, celebrate the arrival of NuMu for PST LA/LA at the reception “A Universal History of Infamy.” NuMu is the Guatemala contemporary art museum. The NuMu display honors composer Joaquín Orellana, featuring […]

9/11 US Sponsored Military Coup Overthrew Democratically Elected Government of Chile

Days before many Latin American nations celebrate Independence Day September 15. Santiago de Chile Ministerio de Justicia Remembering the disappeared, the murdered, the kidnapped and tortured New York Times . . . Justice for Guatemalan Victims of Crimes against Humanity […]

I am an immigrant. Soy inmigrante. Carne y Arena Iñárritu LACMA #DACA

I am an immigrant. I came with my family from Guatemala when I was four to the US. My dad was deported. My uncle came without papers. Julio joined the Air Force, he became a citizen, and we received green […]