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  • Study: Los Angeles nonprofits improving park access for marginalized residents

    Equity-oriented nonprofit organizations in Los Angeles have shifted the citys funding priorities for parks, improving access for low-income people of color and other marginalized communities, University of Illinois recreation, sport and tourism professor Alessandro Rigolon reports in a new study.

    Equity-oriented nonprofit organizations in Los Angeles have shifted the city’s funding priorities for parks, improving access for low-income people of color and other marginalized communities, University of Illinois recreation, sport and tourism professor Alessandro Rigolon reports in a new study.

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  • Editor’s notes: To reach Alessandro Rigolon, call 217-300-5527; email rigolon@illinois.edu.

    The paper “Nonprofits and park equity in Los Angeles: A promising way forward for environmental justice” is available online or from the News Bureau.