The pandemic has proved the importance of public parks for our physical and mental well-being, as well as the environmental health of our communities. During this watershed moment, new funding and initiatives offer an opportunity to improve access to public spaces for all. This discussion will illuminate new pathways to increase park equity in Los Angeles and beyond.
- Jon Christensen, Affiliated Faculty, UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation (moderator)
- Angela Barranco, Undersecretary, California Natural Resources Agency
- Norma García, Director, Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation
- Alfredo Gonzalez, Southern California Director, Resources Legacy Fund