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Bloomberg City Lab / June 22, 2020

How the Coronavirus Recovery Is Changing Cities

As cities emerge from coronavirus lockdowns, the way people use parks, stores, restaurants, transit, streets and homes is changing in ways both subtle and dramatic.

Los Angeles Times / June 18, 2020

Nine ideas for making our city’s public space more race equitable

“Every week in America, people like Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd have their lives stolen because their visibility in public space goes against the ways we’ve come to understand who should have access to ‘outside,’” – anthropologist and urban planner Destiny Thomas

Project for Public Spaces / May 16, 2020

The Recovery Will Happen In Public Space

Last week, 25 million Americans returned to public life. As more and more governors relax their stay-at-home orders and restrictions on businesses, that number will only grow, even as COVID-19 cases around the country remain higher than public health experts consider safe. We are at a precarious moment as a country, where we must balance recovery and caution.