ULI Renames the J.C. Nichols Prize
Urban Land Institute to Rename J.C. Nichols Prize for Visionaries in Urban Development
July 29, 2020
How can we create an equitable parks system that works for the benefit of all residents, not just a privileged few? A new ULI Advisory Panel Report explores what is possible.
Kansas City, Missouri, can help tackle the city’s racial division by establishing a more equitable process for parks and recreation investment, according to a report by the Urban Land Institute. The report is based on observations and process recommendations from an all-volunteer panel of industry experts convened to advise the city last year through ULI’s Advisory Services program. Parks and Boulevard System—Kansas City, Missouri: Providing a More Equitable Approach to Investing in Parks and Recreation may provide a blueprint for other communities interested in creating an equitable parks system that works for the benefit of all residents, not just a privileged few. Read the report.
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