Many of us grew up playing in our neighborhood parks, using those shared spaces for family picnics, going for a run or a game of softball. Over the last year or so of the pandemic, we’ve found a new appreciation for the value of these outdoor community areas. But with a number of racially charged incidents in places like New York’s Central Park and Oakland, CA, we’re also learning anew how race is deeply embedded in who feels safe and welcome in these environmnents. Join Brian Lowery as he explores how we create, claim and share space.
Brian Lowery is a Professor of Organizational Behavior and a social psychologist by training. He received his doctorate from UCLA in 2001 with a minor in statistical methods.
Ibrahim Greenidge is the founder of BOLT Architecture and currently serves as the Managing Partner. BOLT Architecture was founded in 2012.
Konstance Patton is an Indigenous American sculptor, illustrator, musician, and animator.
Mitchell J. Silver is the former commissioner for the New York City Parks Department.
Richard Rothstein is an American academic and author affiliated with the Economic Policy Institute.
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