This presentation contains a broad overview of the state of our communities in California. It analysis the poverty rates, wealth and income inequalities, educational attainment, incarceration levels, and health disparities within low-income and communities of color.
A presentation highlighting possible revenue streams to build assets in our disenfranchised communities. What are tangible and intangible assets? And where we can bring opportunity and Green Assets building to our communities in need?
This in-depth presentation explains the planning process to implementation AB 32, the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006.
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Greenlining Executive Director Orson Aguilar emphasized in his remarks that the green economy is not just about jobs, but also an opportunity for Latino and other communities color to generate wealth. In order to protect our communities from future boom-bust cycles, communities of color, including Latino communities, need a broad economic stimulus designed to address our diverse economic needs. Our stimulus must cover the full spectrum, from entry-level, unskilled jobs to business ownership and growth opportunities in cutting-edge market sectors.
This powerpoint provides an overview of how the financial crisis and its impact on communities of color, with statistics describing each trend. The presentation includes Greenlining’s approaches for addressing the crisis, successes attained through each approach, and the challenges that we face.
Proposition 11 hanged how California draws state legislative districts, putting a new citizen commission in charge of the process. This presentation explains the new process and how it impacts Californians.