Who speaks for parks? Ray Murray has been a voice for parks since the 1960s. He has several decades of experience working for the Bureau of Outdoor Education and the National Park Service. He can be credited for his significant work leading up to the creation of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, the Santa Monica National Recreation Area, California Desert Parks and many more. In this video Ray explains how he helped to create the new Rosie the Riveter World War II Homefront National Park in Richmond California at a time when no new parks were being created.