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Posted inCLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

Alicia D. Smith is the Minneapolis Park Board’s only commissioner of color. The newly elected member vows to include people who’ve been left out.

The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board went from three commissioners of color to one after the November election. Newly elected commissioner Alicia D. Smith is a Black woman who says she’ll restore faith in the parks and create programs that brings children together.