Robert Garcia | KCET
Fighting for the simple joys of playing in the park and school field for children of color and low income children is the hardest work I have ever done.
Post date: 2012-06-29T11:37:24-07:00
In Guatemala beginning in 1946, U.S. officials intentionally infected thousands of people with STDs, generally leaving them without treatment or compensation for the rest of their lives.
Post date: 2012-06-15T08:00:22-07:00
The people and the courts have spoken -- we need to provide our children the physical education and quality of life they deserve.
Post date: 2012-05-31T06:20:29-07:00
New green spaces are transforming the faces of large cities across the nation. But will they solve the problem of "park poor" communities?
Post date: 2012-05-17T09:30:55-07:00
Can Los Angeles do as well as New York City in creating a park experience that serves every neighborhood in the city?
Post date: 2012-05-11T03:08:15-07:00
After improperly excavating the remains of more than 100 people buried at the first cemetery in El Pueblo de Los Angeles, the County of Los Angeles finally returned the remains to their eternal resting place in April.
Post date: 2012-04-27T06:45:21-07:00
Efforts to reform the police and sheriff's department to prevent systemwide corruption and violence have been more difficult and complex than determining the moral and legal culpability of the officers who beat Rodney King. Civil rights attorney Robert...