Urban parks corresponding to manhattan City's principal Park offer very important public areas the place urban dwellers of all races and periods can mingle accurately whereas having fun with quite a few recreations. by means of coming jointly in those comfortable settings, varied teams develop into pleased with one another, thereby strengthening their groups and the democratic textile of society. yet simply the other occurs while, via layout or in lack of information, parks are made inhospitable to sure teams of people.
This pathfinding e-book argues that cultural variety might be a key target in designing and preserving city parks. utilizing case experiences of recent York City's Prospect Park, Orchard seashore in Pelham Bay Park, and Jacob Riis Park within the Gateway nationwide activity sector, in addition to New York's Ellis Island Bridge concept and Philadelphia's Independence nationwide historic Park, the authors determine particular how you can advertise, retain, and deal with cultural variety in city parks. additionally they discover the criteria which could restrict park use, together with old interpretive fabrics that forget about the contributions of alternative ethnic teams, excessive front or entry charges, park utilization principles that limit ethnic actions, and park "restorations" that spotlight simply on old or aesthetic values. With the wealth of information during this booklet, city planners, park execs, and all involved electorate can have the instruments to create and preserve public parks that serve the wishes and pursuits of the entire public.
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