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Pamela Smith Named First Black Woman Chief of U.S. Park Police
April 8, 2021
At the United States Park Police, Chief Pamela Smith will lead a 560-member workforce that protects the public, parks, and the nation’s most iconic landmarks in Washington, D.C., New York City, and San Francisco metropolitan areas. ... read more »
New Bill Could Have Consequences for California Communities’ Health
July 11, 2019
California has long been our nation’s leader in environmental stewardship. But in its narrow focus to push for new environmental policies, the state legislature is now proposing regulations that would come at the expense of access to safe, clean drinking water — particularly for California’s most disadvantaged communities. ... read more »
1908 Race Riot Site Could Become National Historic Monument
January 10, 2019
A central Illinois congressman has introduced a measure to designate the site of 1908 race riots in Springfield as a National Historic Monument. ... read more »
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The LA Conservation Corps Holds Nov. 2nd College and Career Fair 
October 29, 2018
WHAT:  The Los Angeles Conservation Corps (LA Corps) is hosting a College & Career Fair on Friday, November 2, 2018 for teens and young adults in Los Angeles.  ... read more »
Stanley Austin Named Director of National Park Service’s Pacific West Region
February 8, 2018
Stanley Austin Named Director of National Park Service’s Pacific West Region ... read more »
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