“When Simone Johnson was growing up on the North Shore of Staten Island in the early 2000s, she could see New York Harbor from the fifth-floor apartment where she lived with her grandmother. She remembers a footpath along the shoreline and the rocks that led down to the water. She walked steep hills to get to the Snug Harbor Cultural Center, where she volunteered at Heritage Farm. “St. George is in my body,” she told me, “because I walked it so much” cont . . .