Neighborhood Data for Social Change | KCET
Neighborhood Data for Social Change
Post date: 2018-04-09T08:47:20-07:00
Los Angeles has a median of 3.3 acres of park space per 1,000 people, well below the median of 6.8 acres per 1,000 people in other high-density U.S. cities.
Post date: 2018-02-27T09:11:36-08:00
Opportunity youth (disconnected youth) disproportionately live in low-income neighborhoods that often lack access to entry-level jobs and post-secondary education.
Post date: 2018-02-01T17:00:55-08:00
A recent survey found that 78% of full-time American workers are living paycheck-to-paycheck.
Post date: 2018-01-11T12:08:01-08:00
While more than 4.5 million commuters walk, bike, drive, rideshare or take public transit to get to their jobs, transit ridership has declined more than 19% since 2013.
Post date: 2017-12-11T11:27:45-08:00
In Little Tokyo, an area of Downtown L.A. adjacent to Skid Row and the Arts District, 25% of the population is 65 years or older, more than double the county average.
Post date: 2017-11-27T12:04:30-08:00
Across Los Angeles County, more than half a million residents lack access to a single bank or credit union within their neighborhoods.