The neighborhood moved the toxic “Shingle Mountain”.
Now they are advocating for a park.
Because it’s the right thing to do.
- A chance to right a wrong done to the residents and the environment
- An opportunity to uplift the history of Black and Latinx rodeo culture
- A win-win for trail way connectivity projects in Oak Cliff and the Trinity River
These neighbors deserve a clean and safe place to gather.
- Kids should be able to play without fear of trucks or asthma attacks
- Parents should be able to enjoy quality time with their kids in public places
- Seniors should be able to socialize independently in communal places