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Hilda Solis Apr 18
I am pleased that the California Supreme Court rejected the challenge to , the LA County parks equity ballot measure that I championed. Every court decision upheld the legality of this important initiative. We are moving forward to ensuring parks equity for all! 🌳
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Hilda Solis Mar 5
Every family deserves access to green space in their neighborhoods! The just passed my motion to sustain ’s promise of equity, guaranteeing funding for park-poor communities. Thank you to all our supporters!
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Advancement Project Mar 6
"“The groundswell of support for does not end here. We look forward to partnering with the Board & CBOs to ensure the implementation of the guidelines translates into concrete benefits for communities of color.” - ✊🏽🌳
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Destination: Home Jul 26
Great team meeting for advocacy and what & developers need to move projects forward so we can create as much Supportive Housing as possible. Goal: 120 projects / 5000 new units in 10 years.
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Bryn Lindblad 8 Jan 18
New report out 2day on equitable implementation of & ... looks at it in 3 dimensions: past (closes opportunity gaps), present (authentic partnership in decision-making), & future (anticipate & address future harms) 👍once again
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Raising CA Together Jun 6
While thousands of votes must be counted before we learn the results, the widespread support for has shown the impact of the crisis + that, regardless of the election outcome, providers + working families are ready to find solutions:
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Investing in Place Mar 5
Standing with park equity advocates⁩ and Supe. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩to transform the red (high and very high park need) areas green! ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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BANANAS May 29
More Alameda County children will get solid start in education with Measure A. Here's why you should support - NOW is the time to get involved. Sign up to volunteer here -
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Anisha H. Jan 29
Thoughts abt LA County (vote got delayed for the 8th time). How do County leaders expect ppl to be invested in policymaking when items are moved last minute? Shows a lack of respect for community members, makes ppl distrust local govt among other things.
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SV De-Bug Sep 7
Formerly unhoused organizer says the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors should build permanent supportive housing at the old city hall annex with funds Read his letter here
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Mayor Robert Garcia Nov 28
The kids are loving the new playground at Whaley Park! It’s now officially open and ready for more kids to enjoy! 🤗
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Den Earl Dulos Feb 27
hello ! this has just been on my mind lately. when will the tennis court replacement construction begin? this year , next year? any answers? @OUHSD
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East Bay Comm Fndn May 11
Today, we are shouting out our partner, , for working in community to gain support for . Your commitment to seeing a more just future for all is inspiring. Thank you for all that you do.
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PERE USC 31 Jan 18
We are starting the Measures Matter report webinar TODAY at 10 a.m. and goes until 11:30 a.m. and equitable implementation. Just click on the link here to register and log in:
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Long Beach PD (CA) 22 Feb 18
At 6AM today, Police Recruits from , , , & joined together to form LB Police Academy 👮‍♂️🙌👮‍♀️ Join us in wishing them good luck on the 28.5 week journey to become future peace officers!
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Hilda Solis Mar 5
Today we rallied with & other Park Equity Alliance groups to advocate for parks equity in . With , we must ensure that the most needy communities have an accessible, well-maintained, local park.
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City of Long Beach Mar 18
This read how are helping fill a long-term deficit in infrastructure investment. The chats w/ ' Craig Beck who shares how is helping bring much needed maintenance across the city. ➡️
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Ash Kalra Jun 5
Have you ever heard of that old saying “Every Vote Counts!” Kudos to the team for a truly grassroots effort to educate the voters on a complicated Measure. And, good luck! It’s going to be a long night...
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Climate Resolve 29 Jan 18
Curious about the roles and can play in equitable development? has the webinar for you. Tune in at 10am on Wednesday! ➡️➡️➡️
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OurParks 8 Mar 18
Low-income communities and communities of color lack access to parks and are disproportionately affected by health problems like diabetes and heart disease. was a great step towards closing the gap!
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