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Parks In Nonwhite Areas Are Half The Size Of Ones In Majority-White Areas, Study Says

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A new study has found that parks in low-income and majority-nonwhite communities are smaller and serve a larger number of people per park acre. People are seen here relaxing in May in Brooklyn's Domino Park. (Johannes Eisele/AFP via Getty Images)
A new study has found that parks in low-income and majority-nonwhite communities are smaller and serve a larger number of people per park acre. People are seen here relaxing in May in Brooklyn's Domino Park. (Johannes Eisele/AFP via Getty Images)

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