Chavez, D. J. (2000). Invite, include, and involve! Racial groups, ethnic groups, and leisure. Diversity and recreation profession: Organizational perspectives. Venture Publishing, State College, Pennsylvania, 179-191.
Winter, P. L., Jeong, W. C., & Godbey, G. C. (2004). Outdoor recreation among Asian Americans: A case study of San Francisco Bay area residents. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 22(3), 114-136.
Floyd, D. (1999). Race, ethnicity and use of the National Park System.
Payne, L. L., Mowen, A. J., & Orsega-Smith, E. (2002). An examination of park preferences and behaviors among urban residents: the role of residential location, race, and age. Leisure sciences, 24(2), 181-198.
Byrne, J., & Wolch, J. (2009). Nature, race, and parks: past research and future directions for geographic research. Progress in Human Geography.
Stanis, S. A. W., Schneider, I. E., Chavez, D. J., & Shinew, K. J. (2009). Visitor constraints to physical activity in park and recreation areas: Differences by race and ethnicity. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 27(3), 78-95.
Why are our parks so white? – New York Times.
Videos and Simulations
Race Simulation: http://www.pbs.org/race/002_SortingPeople/002_00-home.htm Sorting people by perceived race by PBS.