Combine historical meaning and current art, and the result is the Upper Eutaw and Madison Neighborhood Sculpture Park — a green space devoted to its community.
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
Forward-thinking organizations are increasingly looking to nature to create more humanized workplaces centered on employee wellbeing. More and more companies are joining the nature-at-work movement. Maybe you’re one of them? https://t.co/paMN1SZZ5i
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