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Resources from Love and Rage: Stories and Tools to Transform Anger

Publication date: 
06/29/2021

Greetings, 

Thank you for joining us for Love and Rage: Stories and Tools to Transform Anger. We sincerely hope you enjoyed the program. 

Please feel free to access the resources below. 

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Lama Rod's Radical Self Care practice on the Calm app

Love and Rage: The Path of Liberation Through Anger by Lama Rod Owens 

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Resources from June 2021 Arts Education Forum: Achieving Equity Goals through Creative Youth Development

Publication date: 
06/03/2021

SCG and the Los Angeles County Arts Education Collective Funders Council convened funders to learn about the valuable role that arts-based strategies are playing to advance equitable outcomes for youth across Los Angeles County. The convening featured a keynote from new Executive Director of Racial Equity for Los Angeles County Dr.

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Resources for Building A Sustainable Climate Future in Inland CA

Publication date: 
05/27/2021

Governor Gavin Newsom and his administration have taken significant steps to put California on the path towards a greener, more sustainable climate future. So far, Governor Newsom has pledged to conserve 30 percent of the state's land and coastal water by 2030, announced a phase-out of gasoline-powered vehicles by 2035, and proposed a comprehensive job and climate action plan. The state is enacting bold strategies to combat climate change, all while seeking to reduce the state's carbon footprint and bolster long-term economic growth.

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Resources for Climate Resilience Investments in Southern California: The Implementation Question

Publication date: 
05/21/2021

Locally in Southern California, more than a billion dollars of public funding is now available to support critical investments in green infrastructure, housing, parks, and transportation through Measures W, H, A, and M, commonly known as WHAM. State and federal stimulus efforts will likely mean even more funding is on the way. But is our region ready to make these investments support broader policy goals of addressing climate vulnerability and making our communities more resilient?

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