The City Project

a non profit policy and legal advocacy team working for equal justice, democracy, and livability for all
The cornfield site of what is now the Los Angeles State Historic Park is a best practice example for green land use for all by the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

The cornfield site of what is now the Los Angeles State Historic Park is a best practice example for green land use for all by the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

The Griffith Park Eastside Park Design winning the Northeast Los Angeles Placemaking Design Competition was one of many green justice, civil rights, and health justice accomplishments this year so far.

The Griffith Park Eastside Park Design winning the Northeast Los Angeles Placemaking Design Competition was one of many green justice, civil rights, and health justice accomplishments this year so far.

NYC USA People’s Climate Justice March A Better World Times Square

NYC USA People’s Climate Justice March A Better World Times Square

NYC USA People’s Climate Justice March We Can Change Laws Change Behavior Radio City Music Hall

NYC USA People’s Climate Justice March We Can Change Laws Change Behavior Radio City Music Hall

NYC USA People’s Climate Justice March Wall Street Journal The World’s Marching Together

NYC USA People’s Climate Justice March Wall Street Journal The World’s Marching Together

NYC USA People’s Climate Justice March No War No Warming

NYC USA People’s Climate Justice March No War No Warming

NYC USA People’s Climate Justice March El Agua Vale Mas Que el Oro

NYC USA People’s Climate Justice March El Agua Vale Mas Que el Oro

Fifty years ago this summer, the 88th Congress passed the Civil Rights Act and the Wilderness Act, two landmark pieces of legislation for social and green justice.

Fifty years ago this summer, the 88th Congress passed the Civil Rights Act and the Wilderness Act, two landmark pieces of legislation for social and green justice.

The “Inkwell” was a popular gathering place for African Americans on a two-block area of Pacific oceanfront in Santa Monica during the Jim Crow-Era, a testament to public access and environmental justice for all.

The “Inkwell” was a popular gathering place for African Americans on a two-block area of Pacific oceanfront in Santa Monica during the Jim Crow-Era, a testament to public access and environmental justice for all.

This photo by Angelica from “Nature: Double Exposed—Boyle Heights meets the San Gabriel Mountains” is a part of the Las Fotos Project, a non-profit community program that encourages creativity and self-expression.

This photo by Angelica from “Nature: Double Exposed—Boyle Heights meets the San Gabriel Mountains” is a part of the Las Fotos Project, a non-profit community program that encourages creativity and self-expression.