[Blackstudies-l] Race/Related: How Can a City Address a Legacy of Environmental Racism? Denver Has Ideas.

Maria Lima lima at geneseo.edu
Sat Oct 3 07:47:33 EDT 2020


The discrepancy in green space is obvious in north Denver’s Latino
neighborhoods.
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October 3, 2020
The El Tepetate Market sits below the Interstate 70 viaduct, which cuts
through the Elyria and Swansea neighborhoods of Denver.Kevin Mohatt for The
New York Times
Denver Wants to Fix a Legacy of Environmental Racism

By Veronica Penney

In August, my colleagues on the climate desk published an article
about how redlining
has made neighborhoods hotter
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leaving residents of historically Black and Latino neighborhoods more
vulnerable to climate change. This week, I took a look at the follow-up
question: How can a city address a legacy of environmental racism?

The discrepancy in green space is obvious in northern Denver’s Latino
neighborhoods, where parks are often postage-stamp parcels bordered by
train tracks and warehouses. You can hear cars racing across nearby
interstates and dump trucks and semis rumbling past. The neighborhoods are
covered in pavement and concrete, a legacy of the area’s industrial
history, making it as much as five degrees hotter than the rest of the city.

I spent weeks speaking with residents, advocates and officials in Denver,
where a sales tax amendment infused the city’s park budget with money for
more green space. The parks department is spending those funds with a focus
on equity, building new playgrounds, fixing those that have fallen into
disrepair, purchasing land for small “pocket” parks where green space is
lacking and planting saplings to help add shade in areas where the tree
canopy is sparse.

The disparity in tree canopy between wealthy and working-class
neighborhoods has existed for at least a century. In the early 1900s, Mayor
Robert Speer devised an ambitious “City Beautiful” campaign to bring
culture and European-inspired parks to Denver. He gave away thousands of
saplings, which mainly went to the city’s wealthiest, white residents.
Those neighborhoods are still home to towering trees that provide shade for
sidewalks, homes and the city’s oldest neighborhood parks.
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Just as this disparity wasn’t built overnight, the solution isn’t as quick
or easy as flooding neighborhoods with money for park projects. For one,
trees can take 20 years to reach maturity in Colorado’s arid climate, and
it can take up to a decade for the city to plan and complete a new park
project.
Globeville Landing Park, a newly redesigned green space northeast of the
city’s center.Kevin Mohatt for The New York Times

A big concern among residents is the idea of “green gentrification,” that
building new parks will attract a flood of wealthy, white residents who
will displace current communities.
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Denver is one of the fastest-growing cities in the country and property
prices have doubled in the last decade alone. That means that formerly
redlined areas, which have some of the city’s lowest home prices, are also
some of the most affordable options for prospective homeowners.

These areas have “tough histories that make it really hard for residents to
trust government” or even nonprofits, said Kim Yuan-Farrell, executive
director of the Park People, a Denver nonprofit focused on green-space
equity.

Those histories are a legacy of redlining. For decades, officials neglected
local infrastructure and built two interstate highways through the area.

The histories also mean that residents sometimes have different priorities
than local officials. In overlooked communities, there is a “real need for
our organization to be really good listeners,” Ms. Yuan-Farrell said, “to
understand what it is that residents want to see happen in their
neighborhoods.”
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In recent years, Denver’s parks department has focused its efforts on more
community-based work and has hired more Latino staff members who better
reflect the demographics of the city. Having local residents and Spanish
speakers on staff has helped the city build relationships with neighborhood
groups and create a more inclusive planning process that incorporates
community feedback.

“We’re trying to pinpoint those communities that have been neglected and
don’t have things other neighborhoods have always been blessed with,” said
Scott Gilmore, the deputy director of Denver’s parks department.

In the department’s most successful projects, officials have built trust
with the community, adding new recreation centers and green spaces to areas
that didn’t have any. That’s something “we need to build in other
communities around the city,” Mr. Gilmore said. “And we will continue to
work really, really hard on that.”

You can find the story — with photos by Kevin Mohatt, a Denver-based
photographer — here
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Zulayka McKinstry and her daughter in Binghamton, N.Y. They have filed a
discrimination lawsuit against her daughter’s school district.Miranda
Barnes for The New York Times
‘A Battle for the Souls of Black Girls’
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By Mark Walker, Erica L. Green and Eliza Shapiro

Discipline disparities between Black and white boys have driven reform
efforts for years. But, using data obtained from the Education Department,
we learned that Black girls are arguably the most at-risk student group
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in the United States.

Indeed, the data was disheartening.

Crunching the data, obtained from the Education Department’s Office of
Civil Rights, which tracks disciplinary action of students across the
country, revealed a surprising group of students who were being
disproportionately suspended, expelled and arrested from school: Black
girls.

No matter the category, you couldn’t make it far down the list without
seeing Black girls pop up.

The data revealed that Black girls were the only group of girls who were
disproportionately represented in all areas of disciplinary actions,
including in-school suspensions, out-of-school suspensions, arrests,
expulsions and corporal punishment.

Statistically, Black boys have led the country in suspensions, expulsions
and school arrests, and the disparities between them and white boys have
been a catalyst for national movements for change.

But Black girls’ discipline rates are not far behind those of Black boys;
and in several categories, such as suspensions and law enforcement
referrals, the disparities between Black and white girls eclipse those
between Black and white boys.

While our article delves into glaring statistical disparities among the
students, a few didn’t make it into the story:

   - Black girls have missed twice as many days from school because of
   suspensions as their peers — 15 percent of all days, compared with 7
   percent for white girls and 5 percent for Hispanic girls.


   - Black girls are expelled from school without educational services at a
   rate three times higher than white girls. They are arrested in connection
   with school-related offenses at a rate four times higher than white girls,
   and their actions are referred to law enforcement at a rate more than three
   times higher than white girls.

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The American Latino Experience in Film

By Carlos Aguilar

Latinos are not a monolith. The context, details and nuances that go into
telling the story of a family in Mexico City won’t be the same for the
story of a family in Los Angeles, which would in turn differ for one in
Miami. American-born or -raised Latinos have unique life experiences,
straddling the line between assimilation and pride in their heritage, which
the big studios frequently fail to acknowledge. Such movies do exist,
though often on the periphery. And they’re worth seeking out to help foster
conversations about the intricacies of Latinidad. That’s why, as we
observe National
Hispanic Heritage Month
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I’ve put together a list of must-watch films centered on American Latino
protagonists.

Why is such a specific list necessary?

Largely untold in mass media or classrooms, the history of Latinos in the
United States is long, winding and impossible to dissect in simple terms.
Shaped by arbitrary borders in the aftermath of wars, colonization and
waves of migration from nearly two dozen nations across the Americas, our
presence is intrinsic to this country. Yet, American Latinos remain mostly
invisible in our collective narrative, a narrative that very much includes
the images we consume.

Here is my list of 20 essential films since 2000
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Plus, some of the Latino actors and filmmakers whose work appears on the
list share when they first felt seen onscreen
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What’s next for fashion? Join The Times for a discussion.

How can fashion play a role in meaningful cultural change? What have been
the barriers to entry for designers of color, and how can they continue to
be dismantled?

As the lights dim on a Fashion Week unlike any other, join The New York
Times’s chief fashion critic, Vanessa Friedman, for a free virtual event as
she discusses the industry’s future with the emerging designers redefining
it: Abrima Erwiah of Studio 189, the designer Sandy Liang and Charles
Jeffrey, creative director of Loverboy.

This Wednesday at 10 a.m. R.S.V.P.
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  Why Voting in This U.S. Election Will Not Be Equal

The first episode of our four-part series, Stressed Election, focuses on
voter suppression in Georgia, where a growing Black and Latino population
is on the precipice of exercising its political voice, if they get the
chance to vote.

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