Raleigh Thinks About Equitable Public Space in Dog Park Study
Drawing from research by Perry and Grier on the gentrification of communities, Perry answers the question: 'Are dog parks exclusionary?'. As she explains, "While a dog park isn't exclusionary per se, it sends a signal.... dog parks [are] emerging as this symbol of disenfranchisement of existing residents."
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