Support Streetsblog California This #GivingTuesday

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By now you’ve gotten at least a dozen emails about #GivingTuesday asking you to donate to an important and worthy nonprofit.

Today, throughout California staff are working on stories and podcasts to cover and explain issues both locally and statewide. In Los Angeles, Joe is doing a deep-dive on a new report on car parking and Sahra is examining the unintended consequences of a proposed crime fighting measure. In San Francisco, we’re going to be announcing a new editor in the next 24 hours. Melanie is working on a story about how restrictions on state transit funds limit their usefulness. I just got my first #DamienTalks up for December.

In Santa Monica, Jason is programming Streetfilms + Chill for this Friday. In Long Beach, Brian is exploring the Terminal Island Freeway Removal Project.

All of these publications are nonprofits and rely on reader donations to keep going. If you value the news, analysis, broadcasts, and event programming of Streetsblog California, Streetsblog Los Angeles, Streetsblog San Francisco, LongBeachize, and Santa Monica Next, then please consider making a donation today, right now. You can make your donations, here:

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