Neighborhood Data for Social Change | KCET
Neighborhood Data for Social Change
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In 2018, Los Angeles County saw its first decrease in homelessness in almost 5 years, only to see it rise again in 2019 to nearly 59,000 people
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North Shore is named because of its location along the northeast shore of the Salton Sea and home to just over 3,000 people.
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Desert Hot Springs was officially incorporated as a city in 1963 and draws tourists to its numerous hot springs and is known as a wellness destination.
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A closer look at the I-710 Corridor reveals how historical, environmental, and socioeconomic factors interact to explain why the region is a environmental justice hot spot.
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Located in the Coachella Valley to the east of Palm Springs, Cathedral City is a thriving cultural center and home to a growing number of festivals including Cathedral City Hot Air Balloon Festival and Taste of Jalisco.
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The California Department of Finance projects that the L.A. County will grow by half a million people in the next decade — an accurate count of all current residents will be especially important to obtain the federal resources needed to keep up with popul