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Yearly Archives: 2018

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 […]

Revitalizing L.A. River G2 Taylor Yard Community Needs, Community Engagement, Site Tours Jan 20

The G2 land parcel at Taylor Yard is the next great park along the L.A. River in a community that is park poor, income poor, and of color. Take part in site tours and workshops to ensure the City hears your […]

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, […]

Healthy Living in the Parklands for All! #healthylivingparklands

Visit regularly for updates! Baldwin Hills Park People, Wildlife, Places, and Values The Healthy Living in the Parklands Initiative gets people active and healthy through parks, schools, museums, and health centers. Diverse allies are working on people, wildlife, places, […]

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! […]

Revitalizing the Lower L.A. River: Voices from Maywood on Contamination, Parks, and Health Justice

Maywood residents know the local industrial sector has polluted their City and River. The Lower L.A. River in Maywood Pollution burdens keep people from healthy active recreation in Maywood. A long-time active community member expressed his frustration about how nothing […]

Full Moon New Year UCLA


Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Hike

Willis Creek Narrows Trail in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument The City Project’s Tim Mok visits Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Visit The City Project’s work with diverse allies #MonumentsForAll! […]