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Sunnynook River Park Opens Along the L.A. River

Sunnynook River Park Opens Along the L.A. River

The new park joins several other parks and parklets that have opened along the river in recent years.
Native American Values, Health, and Green Access in Southern California

Native American Values, Health, and Green Access in Southern California

Native Americans do not enjoy equal access to green space, parks, and recreation.
Senate and Assembly Subcommittees Approve $20.8 Million For L.A. State Historic Park

Senate and Assembly Subcommittees Approve $20.8 Million For L.A. State Historic Park

Supporters are confident that it will be approved by Governor Brown in June.
Community Health, Parks and Recreation for All: Reform Quimby Park Funding Statewide

Community Health, Parks and Recreation for All: Reform Quimby Park Funding Statewide

Low-income people and people of color disproportionately lack equal access to green space throughout California.
Full and Fair Funding for Parks and Recreation, and a Healthier, Prosperous City

Full and Fair Funding for Parks and Recreation, and a Healthier, Prosperous City

Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's new proposed budget for fiscal year 2013-14 continues to drain money away from the Department of Recreation and Parks.
Race and Place Do Matter: Economic Hardship, Obesity, and Equal Justice

Race and Place Do Matter: Economic Hardship, Obesity, and Equal Justice

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 ...
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