I've been sitting on this image for a while; I'm going to use it to illustrate a post on Barack Obama's syllabus for his race and law class at the University of Chicago in 1994, when Stacey Gahegan and I finally get that paper up on ssrn. But I think I want to use it now as a trivia question.
This follows up on my monument trivia question yesterday, which was inspired by Stephen Clowney's paper on race the public landscape, "Landscape Fairness: Removing Discrimination from the Built Environment." Steve talks about parks in Lexington, Kentucky.
This one is very easy. It's obvious what the sign is marking. And I think if you look at the picture closely you can probably make a very educated guess on where this is. But let me ask, where is this park? And once we get this squared away, I'll have some thoughts on Steve's article. One of my questions about Steve's paper, I guess, will be what meaning do we think this park name has now for the neighborhood residents.