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Healthy Living in the Parklands

Santa Fe Art Institute Equal Justice Residency 2017-18. Imagine a more equitable world. Visit

Nobel Peace Laureate Rigoberta Menchú Tum, “A Way of Saying No To War, No To Violence”


KCETLink / Union Bank Local Hero Hispanic Heritage Month 2013

Union Bank and KCETLink recognize The City Project for serving “as a continuous source of inspiration and fill our communities with hope, dreams, and possibilities.”

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Lisa García, U.S. EPA Environmental Justice Head: “A Real Community Lawyer and an Inspiration”

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PBS, California Forever: Urban State Parks


KCET SoCal Connected, Park Poor

KCET’s SoCal Connected award-winning news series presents “Park Poor” on the Web. The nine-minute segment “Park Poor” addresses park access and equal justice, including the work of The City Project and the Olmsted vision of park, playgrounds and beaches for all.


Vimeo, Keeping the Baldwin Hills Clean and Green

KCET Departures featured this video in the March 8, 2012, Green Justice column, The Baldwin Hills, Black L.A., and Green Justice. The Baldwin Hills is an epicenter of excellence in African American culture across the United States, along with Sugar Hill in Harlem and, now, the White House. Even so, black folks in Baldwin Hills and adjoining South Central Los Angeles have constantly struggled for green justice. The community, which has long suffered from environmental degradation and discrimination, has been fighting to create the two square-mile Baldwin Hills Park.

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KCET Departures Green Justice, Bud Goldstone, the Hero Who Saved Watts Towers


The City Project Videos on YouTube