Black women university students in gardening course.

“Let All Be Educated Alike Up to a Certain Point”

For Frederick Law Olmsted and Booker T. Washington, shaping the land stood at the heart of democracy. Yet their pedagogical legacies reveal that landscape architecture enforced racialized divisions between rural and urban, laborer and professional, that affect the discipline to this day.

For Frederick Law Olmsted and Booker T. Washington, shaping the land stood at the heart of democracy. Yet their legacies enforced racialized divisions that affect landscape architecture to this day.

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