In 1994, Charles Lee was invited to the Oval Office for President Clinton’s signing of Executive Order (EO) 12898 on addressing environmental justice in minority populations and low-income populations.
The San Diego Bayshore Bikeway is a 26-mile bike path around San Diego Bay that runs along city streets, past the San Diego Bay National Wildlife Refuge and Kameyaay sites, and across the bay by ferry or water taxi.
The rapid development of expensive condominiums and commercial high rises such as this one in gentrifying, historically low income neighborhoods can be detrimental to the affordability of housing for locals if proper steps for mitigation are not taken.
The Taos Pueblo in New Mexico is the only living Native American community designated as both a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and a National Historic Landmark, and represents the need for more diverse monuments.
The City Project took part in the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) Health Summit on July 23 on public health, civil rights, and environmental justice to present on planning for health in our communities.