Neighborhood Data for Social Change | KCET
Neighborhood Data for Social Change
Post date: 2020-08-31T20:14:15-07:00
As of this year, all Baby Boomers are over the age of 55, and those experiencing homelessness face several challenges that are further exacerbated by the COVID-19 crisis.
Post date: 2020-08-06T10:30:57-07:00
These profiles highlight the intersections of COVID-19 and other social and economic indicators in specific neighborhooods in L.A. County.
Post date: 2020-07-09T15:52:09-07:00
The health and economic consequences of the pandemic have not affected all communities across L.A. county equally; rates in communities of color across South and Central Los Angeles and the Eastside have increased dramatically.
Post date: 2020-05-21T13:23:24-07:00
While both Thermal and Oasis have a strong agricultural industry, Oasis is made up of many migrant workers who move in and out of the area during specific seasons.
Post date: 2020-03-04T09:06:20-08:00
In 2019, 30% of the city’s entire homeless population were women. Women experiencing homelessness face a unique set of challenges that require extra consideration, including mental and physical health, as well as safety.
Post date: 2020-02-10T10:03:07-08:00
Educational attainment differs across economic and racial lines. That's why Whittier Unified School District zeroed in on the district's practices and shed light on how to close the gap in access to high quality education.