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June 16th meeting: Social Equity and Public Health in Los Angeles County Transportation - developing a policy definition

Join partners on June 16th from 10am – 11:30 at the California Endowment offices in downtown Los Angeles to discuss data sets, priorities and key issues that are critical to developing policy definitions of social equity and public health in transportation investments. 219 more words

Transportation Finance

Parallel Lives; Two Realities

I wrote this blog about two years ago. It addresses the testimony of  Rachel Jeantel, witness at George Zimmerman’s murder trial.

As I listen to the commentary about Rachel Jeantel and her digressions from “standard” English, I wonder about the collective blinders her critics are wearing–and about their determined avoidance of the obvious issue raised by Ms. 886 more words

Education

Nominate a great colleague, student, or program today!

Great work is done every day by public service education faculty, students, and programs. At the NASPAA Annual Conference, we highlight this excellence and celebrate their successes. 252 more words

Annual Conference

7 May 2015. Bernie Stands Up LOUD N' PROUD! "AM I A SOCIALIST? HELL, YES!!" VOTE FOR BERNIE... THE ONLY LEFT CANDIDATE

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The Red Rose of International Democratic Socialism… Bernie should make THIS his symbol

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Is it America’s sunset? It won’t be if we all vote for Bernie! 262 more words

Politics

GST Inequity

I cannot believe either the authors of the GST, or those who supported it at the ballot box ever anticipated the current situation, where one State only receiving 37% of their GST take. 236 more words

Politics

Top 3 Reasons B2Bs Need Social Media

I recently went to dinner with my husband, and he asked me about social media and its role in a B2B world. I took a beat and thought about his question, so I could give him a clear answer that did not contain too much jargon.   189 more words

Nievalyn Keel

City of Los Angeles to invest over $1Billion in fixing sidewalks

After several years of litigation the City of Los Angeles agreed to fix the city’s broken sidewalks and ensure accessibility and safety for all. This legal agreement represents the largest disability payout in the country. 418 more words

Transportation Finance