This theory of change describes the approach of People, Parks, and Power: A National Initiative for Green Space, Health Equity, and Racial Justice. Through the People, Parks, and Power initiative, we will accelerate a new movement for park and green space equity led by the communities that, for generations, have suffered the health, social, and environmental impacts of park, green space, and other built environment inequities. By using strategies drawn from public health successes and the legacy of power building movements led by people of color, we can transform the field at this unprecedented moment in time and eliminate longstanding park and green space inequities. Learn more about the People, Parks, and Power initiative here.
For more information on the People, Parks, and Power (P3) initiative or media inquiries, please contact Rachel Bennett, RachelB@preventioninstitute.org.
Support for this project was provided by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.