Rockefeller Foundation Honors High Line Co-Founders with 2010 Jane Jacobs Medal for New Ideas and Activism

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Rockefeller Foundation Honors High Line Co-Founders with 2010 Jane Jacobs Medal for New Ideas and Activism

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On Monday, October 18, the Rockefeller Foundation presented the 2010 Jane Jacobs Medals to Friends of the High Line Co-Founders Joshua David and Robert Hammond, and Elizabeth Barlow Rogers, the founding President of the Central Park Conservancy and current President of the Foundation for Landscape Studies. The Foundation awards the Medals each year to recipients whose work "creates new ways of seeing and understanding New York City, challenges traditional assumptions, and creatively uses the urban environment to make New York City a place of hope and expectation."

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