Submitted by The Praxis Project on Fri, 03/08/2013 - 1:59pm
In a new report, Survival Denied: Stories from Alaska Native Families in a Broken System (co-authored by CCHE Grantee The Council of Athabascan Tribal Governments (CATG) and Alliance for a Just Society is a firm statement on the change needed for the families of over 260 tribes throughout the State of Alaska. The report details the ongoing legal morass between federal and state law.
After nearly 2 years of grassroots research and analysis, POWER, the DataCenter, and Urban Habitat are proud to release undefinedNext Stop: Justice / Próxima Parada: Justicia — offering a cutting edge, comprehensive analysis of public transit in San Francisco, with a vision for transit policy that puts race and the environment at the center.
LUPE, a grantee of CCHE, is celebrating a year of major victories. In their recent end-of -the-year eblast, among many highlights, they announce that "After an 8 year campaign, won the installation of streetlights in 13 Hidalgo County colonias. Organizing with the Communities Creating Healthy Environments (CCHE) initiative of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, LUPE members worked with Hidalgo County Commissioners and their precinct staff to fund and install the first of what we hope will be many more streetlights to come."