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sylvia candice Mar 5
. Community members mobilizing this morning for equitable implementation of Measure A funds in park poor neighborhoods like South East LA and creation of anti displacement policy to ensure improvements do not push out our communities. It's time for
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Prevention Institute Mar 5
Our Health Equity Director, Elva Yañez, also providing testimony at today’s hearing.
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Forward Movement Mar 5
The house is packed! We are getting ready to let the Board of Supervisors know how important is!
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NeighbrhoodLandTrust Feb 5
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Advancement Project California Jan 23
is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to align funding with pinpoint accuracy to create long-term impact in communities across LA county. Hear from on efforts to advance in highest and high need areas. ✊🏽🌳 READ:
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Andrea Alday Jun 15
Celebrating in East LA with champion “Things changed because our community came together and we fought and we were organized.” Everyone deserves the opportunity to play outside!
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CBECal Mar 26
I spy with my little eye... poderosa URSELA members ☺️ at the March 5 LA County Board of Supervisors meeting where they approved funding guidelines for Measure A, the Safe, Clean Neighborhood Parks and Beaches Measure!
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NeighbrhoodLandTrust Mar 6
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Mark Glassock 7 Sep 16
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USC Enviro Health Mar 4
Park inequities = health inequities. Children of color have access to much less park space in LA County. Join the public Tuesday, March 5th @ 9-1pm for the Measure A vote @ LA County Board of Supervisors.
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CBECal Mar 5
Replying to @CBECal
Kayleigh, our youth organizer, projecting 😂 "be the green space"
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NeighbrhoodLandTrust Feb 15
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Anisha H. Jan 25
Replying to @anishathefirst
"Money follows money and power. Environmental justice challenges that dominant paradigm."
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Advancement Project California Mar 5
Thank you Supervisor & the LA County Board of Supervisors for demonstrating leadership to advance ! Your bold action will help address longstanding racial disparities in park access & make a tangible difference in the years to come. ✊🏿🌳✊🏽 
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Yvette Lopez-Ledesma May 2
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Zully Juarez Mar 6
We know park poor communities should be prioritized in Measure A funding but let me show you the data of the racial inequities and why this is about more than just parks, this is about & ! (happy to see this circulating) 💚🌿
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Anisha H. Mar 5
. community leaders SHOWED OUT today, dropped truth bombs at the BOS hearing and inspired us to be the green space we wanna see in the world 😂
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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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CBECal Mar 5
Replying to @CBECal
Xugo, our Community Organizer, speaks about the intersectional approach to that includes displacement.
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Yvette Lopez-Ledesma May 24
Glad to see steps being taken to get those and dollars to the NE Valley!
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