Efforts to clean up a contaminated site in southeastern San Francisco are spurring discussion about how urban renewal efforts can affect residents of an area. "If you build parks but are not protecting people from market forces, which in San Francisco are so rampant, then parks are going to become unwitting participants in displacement," notes sociologist Lindsey Dillon.
Exploring the relationship between parks and gentrification
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