Low-income people and people of color disproportionately lack equal access to green space throughout California.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's new proposed budget for fiscal year 2013-14 continues to drain money away from the Department of Recreation and Parks.
In Los Angeles County, children who are of color and low income disproportionately live in the areas with the highest levels of obesity and the worst access to parks and schools fi
The proposed expansion would go a long way to ensure access to green space and better health for park poor, income poor communities.
Healthy eating and physical activity are two important determinants of human health.
The Santa Monica Mountains are L.A.'s backyard, but for children of color living in poverty with no access to a car, they may as well be worlds away.
Does spending more money on rail over bus represent progress?
The death penalty is outrageously expensive to administer and wastes taxpayers' dollars that should be better spent to improve life.