Posted by: Sandy Steinman | August 6, 2020

Parks In Nonwhite Areas Are Half The Size Of Ones In Majority-White Areas, Study Says

NPR  reports

A study published by The Trust for Public Land found that parks serving primarily nonwhite populations are, on average, half the size of parks that serve majority-white populations, and are potentially five times more crowded.

The data showed that parks serving mostly low-income households are, on average, four times smaller — and potentially four times more crowded — than parks that serve mostly high-income households.

Read full story at Parks In Nonwhite Areas Are Half The Size Of Ones In Majority-White Areas, Study Says : NPR


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