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Category: The City Project

Support Chicano Park #EarthDay 2018

GreenLatinos with civil rights, faith, environmental, conservation, and indigenous communities support Chicano Park, and the community of Barrio Logan, San Diego, CA, in their fight for respect, safety, and the right to celebrate, preserve, and conserve their history and culture. […]

Count the Hummers!

Can you find 15? Gottlieb Native Plant Garden is for the birds, and a certified wildlife habitat and pollinator habitat.   […]

Kellogg Park Dream Comes True! Thank you Miguel Rodriguez & CAUSE | Ventura

Miguel Rodriguez writes: On the eve of the ribbon cutting for Kellogg Park I’d like to thank all of the Ventura Avenue families who attended countless meetings, made tons of calls, and showed up to demand that their voices be […]

Fair Housing Act April 11, 1968, Overcoming the Legacy of Residential Segregation #fairhousing50

Fair housing is a bedrock civil rights protection, crucial to our nation’s core values of equal opportunity, human dignity, and just democracy for all. A strong and effective Fair Housing Act must continue to help move our country beyond a […]

UCLA Public Health Masters’ Students Health Equity, Civil Rights, Environmental Justice & Healthy Living in the Parklands

Students in Prof. Diana Bonta’s seminar discuss health equity, civil rights, environmental justice, and Healthy Living in the Parklands. The seminar is in the Master of Public Health for Health Professionals program at the UCLA Fielding Public Health School. The […]

Comey Choked When it Counted & Disgraced Justice

Comey’s great mistake: “He was the F.B.I. director overseeing the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server. He and his team decided that she had not done anything that warranted criminal charges. And he knew that Republicans would blast him […]

Generations of Diverse Advocates for Green Justice LA State Historic Park WAPOW

L to R: Kenneth Mok, Robert García, Sam García, Dorcas Mok, Kit Hing, Bo Gun, Tim Mok Tim Mok recently talked at a site tour of LA State Historic Park. “I live on Bunker Hill Avenue in Chinatown. My family have been residents of […]

L.A. has a long history of failure on homelessness. It needs leaders who take responsibility. L.A. Times Editorials Part 6

“Our homelessness crisis is a national disgrace,” according to the L.A. Times editorial board in a series of six editorials. There are at least 58,000 homeless people in the county, a number that has lurched upward in recent years amid […]

Designing Healthy Communities UCLA Symposium April 5 & 6

Celebrate environmental justice and health equity with Prof. Dick Jackson, The City Project, and others. Register and learn more about the event here. Learn more about Healthy Living in the Parklands.   […]

How can a city with 58,000 homeless people function? L.A. Times Editorials Part 5

“Our homelessness crisis is a national disgrace,” according to the L.A. Times editorial board in a series of six editorials. There are at least 58,000 homeless people in the county, a number that has lurched upward in recent years amid […]