Category: The City Project
Coastal Justice for All! Hollister Ranch #FreetheBeach
Coastal justice along the California beach and coastal zone is at stake at Hollister Ranch. Failure to provide access disproportionately harms people who are of color, Native American, low income, disabled, or older, in violation of equal access, environmental justice, […]
SDNY Sentencing Memo against Michael Cohen is a best practice of understated eloquence and legal and moral clarity. Read it for yourself here.
The Government’s Sentencing Memorandum in the prosecution of Michael Cohen is a best practice of understated eloquence and legal and moral clarity. The Memo analyzes the facts, the law, the crimes, and why Cohen’s behavior is morally wrong. The U.S. […]
Using Soccer as an Organizing Tool by and for the People, Not the Money
The City Project and Anahuak Youth Sports Association use soccer as an organizing tool to bring people together to create the kind of community where they want to live and raise children, reflecting the value of soccer in immigrant communities. […]
Civil Rights, Environmental Justice & Health Equity Road Map PRRAC, The City Project
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., sought a “middle ground between riots on the one hand and timid supplications for justice on the other.” Combined organizing and legal strategies provide that middle ground for social change. Advocates leave too much on […]
2018 Dreamer Scholarship Award Ceremony
The Council of Mexican Federations in North America (COFEM) awarded over $400,000 in scholarships to students who are immigrants, sons and daughters of immigrants, and students protected under DACA pursuing a college degree. Since 2008, COFEM and its partners have […]
Vote! English / Español
Raul Macias, Anahuak Youth Sports Association, City Project hero and ally From the New York Times / Leer este artículo en español. On Tuesday, tens of millions of Americans are expected to head to the polls. For most, the process […]
‘Environmentalist’ Doesn’t Just Mean White and Wealthy: National Academies Study Refutes Stereotypes
“[P]art of the conversation has led to the environmental justice movement, which is often led by people of color and by women—but still, that’s remained separate from the mainstream movement.” Diversifying white mainstream enviros is not enough. The most important thing […]
UCLA Prof Leo Estrada Civil Rights Hero, Demographer, Urban Planner, City Project Mentor Presente!
UCLA Prof. Leo Estrada has influenced everything The City Project has done for 20 years by teaching us the importance of mapping and analyzing access to public an other resources including parks, schools, health, jobs, housing, and transportation using GIS […]
The Long Battle over Coastal Justice at Hollister Ranch Spencer Robins KCETLink
Spencer Robins writes: A developing body of research shows that access to open space is a vital part of human health and wellbeing. And it’s not evenly distributed; the people most often denied the benefits of forests and mountains and […]
Support the City Project with your next Amazon Purchase!
From October 29 to November 2, 5% of your Amazon purchase will be donated to The City Project when you shop eligible products at smile.amazon.com/ch/26-3465254. Eligible products will be marked “Eligible for AmazonSmile donation.” To learn more about the City […]