“Open Space for All” Envisions Parks as More Welcoming and Diverse
“Open Space for All” is a report to address the lack of diversity in open spaces and public parks. This plan lays out a vision for addressing accessibility, representation, and structural issues that keep demographics such as Black, Brown, and LGBTQ+ folks from visiting these spaces. Kathy Moser, Chief Conservation Officer at Open Space Institute, spoke with Sina Basila Hickey about these findings.
Read the report on the Open Space Institute website: www.openspaceinstitute.org/research/openspacesforall