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Neighborhood Data for Social Change

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For Low Income and Unhoused Angelenos, Addressing Food Insecurity Is Vital

Data suggests 516,000 households in Los Angeles County suffered from food insecurity in 2018. Struggling to secure a meal makes it harder for people to address other priorities such as employment or mental health.
Black Lives Matter co-founder Melina Abdullah speaks at a protest in Century City.

Resilience and Rebuilding: COVID-19 Recovery in South Los Angeles

South Los Angeles confronted COVID-19 against backdrop of discriminatory policies which exacerbated the pandemic's effects. To achieve equitable COVID-19 recovery in the area, South L.A. needs ongoing investment in resilient community networks and initiatives.
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Health Promotoras Combat Vaccine Hesitancy in Eastside Los Angeles

Promotoras, laypeople trained to educate communities on health, work to battle vaccine hesitancy and misinformation in Eastside Los Angeles.
Small black boy receiving asthma treatment while doctor is vising him at home due to COVID-19 pandemic.

Why Low-Income Households Spend More on Energy and Why That's Bad for Our Health and the Earth

When talking about environmental justice, we must consider why some households spend so much more on energy, how that affects their health and invest in programs to aid them.
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Black and Brown Residents Face Uphill Battle for Homeownership in This L.A. Neighborhood

Examining how the historic area is becoming gentrified via homebuying trends over the last decade and how an organization is promoting wealth building and homeownership for longtime residents of color.
Young girl using an asthma inhaler

The Most Pressing Environmental Health Conditions for Latinx Communities in Southeast L.A.

A look at Latino majority neighborhoods in Southeast Los Angeles and how environmental quality and neighborhood access impact community health.
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Scorecard Finds Police Discrimination Prevails in Northeast L.A. and Beyond

Recent data shows historically excluded populations, such as Black and Latino communities, have been and continue to be disproportionately targeted by the criminal justice system.
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Lessons Learned: Cash Payments for the Economically Distressed

Many Los Angeles residents struggle to meet their basic needs, and the pandemic has only heightened these difficulties. College students are particularly vulnerable. One possible solution to help this at-risk population is to provide emergency aid, frequently in the form of cash transfers.
A yellow eviction notice on a brown door.

Communities of Color Struggle with Rent Burden Amid the Pandemic

As unemployment rates rose during the pandemic, communities of color in Los Angeles struggled to pay rent and utilities.
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Addressing Long Commute Times Along the Slauson Corridor

By using the appropriate resources, investments and policies to address commuting patterns, the Slauson Corridor has the capacity to reduce congestion and air pollution, while improving the daily lives and health outcomes of its residents.
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