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PRRAC Handbook: Public Lands, Waters, and Monuments; Community Planning and Administrative Action

The US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and the National Park Service have both applied the legal framework to green access in Los Angeles and concluded: (1) there is not enough park space, especially for children of color and low-income […]

Healing, Diversity, and Inclusion in the Great Outdoors at Home and Away – CNN

Ballona Creek Baldwin Hills Parklands Natural areas in the United States have long symbolized national heritage, protected valuable natural resources and provided areas of recreation and respite. But for whom? Evidence shows that white populations disproportionately access public lands for […]

San Gabriel Mountains: A Symbol of Environmental Justice @Next100Cltn @NRDC

As America’s national monuments come under attack by this administration, civil rights attorney Robert García shares the story of his personal connection to the San Gabriels. ROBERT GARCIA, THE CITY PROJECT: Going up the San Gabriel Mountains is a great […]

Take Action Protect Our National Monuments! #PublicLandsForAll #DefendOurMonuments #Next100Coalition

Monumental Mistake: Implications of Executive Order on National Monuments NRDems Forum Canon House Office Building The City Project June 8 3 PM Click here for a list of places to join Next 100 members and allies or create your own event […]

Support San Gabriel Mountains & Other #NationalMonuments Pasadena Star-News

The April 26 executive order on national monuments is an attack on people and places and could mean shrinking the borders of monuments or rescinding their designation altogether. Supporters of the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument, officially dedicated by President […]

Support Diversity & Inclusion in #NationalMonuments #Next100Coalition #GreenLatinos Oppose Executive Order

Today, the President signed an Executive Order directing the administration to review national monuments over 100,000 acres designated after 1996 under the Antiquities Act.  A significant number of the monuments covered under this review represent designations made by previous presidents […]

Trail Posse A Monumental Plan with Accountability Standards, Data, Outcomes, and Implementation

If you think a national monument designation is the end of a long, tortured road, you have another thing coming. It is just a milestone in a process that breathes meaning and access into a site, as George Sánchez-Tello explains […]

San Gabriels Management Plan overwhelming support for civil rights & environmental justice compliance

Over 60 diverse community and national organizations and leaders agree the US Forest Service must ensure compliance with and enforcement of equal justice protections in the management plan for the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument under Title VI of the […]

San Gabriel Mountains National Monument Plan with access for all – young and old, black, white, Latino, Asian, Native American!

Diverse organizations committed to equal justice, democracy, public health, and environmental quality have submitted the public comments below to the U.S. Forest Service (“USFS”) on the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument Management Plan Draft Environmental Assessment (“Management Plan”). The San […]

Equity Planning for Civil Rights and Environmental Justice Take Action Comics!

President Barack Obama and federal agencies provide best practice examples of this equity planning framework in action for civil rights and environmental justice compliance and enforcement. They show what communities are entitled to, and what federal agencies and federal funding […]