On a blistery, cold but sunny morning in Brooklyn, Future Planners organized a Walk & Talk Tour™ for a group of children (and their parents). These energized kids took to the streets to voice their thoughts on the cityscape that surrounds them daily. From two to seven years old, they shared their thoughts on what they like and dislike along Atlantic Avenue, a street that three centuries ago started as a dirt road which lead to the Patchen Farm located, along the East River. Fast toward to today and Atlantic Ave is one of the most
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Jun 26, 2018 In: #CitiesByKids4All
“Children see and experience our cities at shorter heights, with fresher eyes and absorbent minds.” Aminah Ricks Founder, Future Planners