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Race and Place Do Matter: Economic Hardship, Obesity, and Equal Justice

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Race and Place Do Matter: Economic Hardship, Obesity, and Equal Justice

by Robert García and Ramya Sivasubramanian
on April 18, 2013 1:30 PM
Child obesity is...

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"The City Project was founded to find ways to improve park availability for all neighborhoods, regardless of ethnicity or income level." Army Corps of Engineers

The draft Los Angeles River Restoration Study by the Army Corps of Engineers recognizes that much of Los Angeles is park poor and income poor, and there are disparities in green access:

Much of Los Angeles is considered to be park deficient [with] less than 3 acres of green space per 1,000 residents, as defined by California law. ....

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