This garden serves as a place of solace and peace for patients and hospital staff as well as for parents, friends and family members who wish to honor the loss of a baby through miscarriage, stillbirth or newborn death.
“Getting out in nature seems to relax the brain’s frontal lobes and relieve this attention fatigue...The gist is that natural environments are just stimulating enough to gently engage the brain’s attention without unhelpfully concentrating it."
How can we take an intersectional, anti-racist approach to planning urban green spaces as a public health measure? Policy-makers, planners & public health professionals can learn from critical race & theory scholars in pushing for multidisciplinary action.
A Sacred Place in Anniston, Alabama, recently became a gathering ground for collecting stories of Black history for future generations. Firesoul Steven Folks is behind the project: https://t.co/VHr57M4gSG #JuneTeenth2021
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Annapolis, MD 21401