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In reviewing all the research summaries and listening to all the presentations I came to a conclusion to which area or zip code was most influenced with Environmental Racism First of all I would just like to add that Environmental Racism is not just in Poverty and low-income areas It can also include high-income areas where they do not offer housing for low-income people into their communities Most of these areas which were presented had a pretty good outcome when I say outcomes I mean that a lot of these communities did not have many toxic chemicals released or transferred into other sites which is a good sign The area I choose which I thought had the most Environmental Racism was zip code 90255 The reason I choose this zip code was because this is a community where more then half of the communities population is not even attending school it is said that 65 of children from K- College are not enrolled in school which leaves only 35 of the community attending school As far as RaceEthnicity 87 of the community are Hispanic which make up more then half of the communities population As far as the communities economy stands more the half of the community makes less then 39000 a year in a household Which is not very much considering that most of these households include more then 4 people Now out of those 87 of Hispanics we are not really clear of how many of these people in this community are actually citizens in the United State or can obtain jobs legally which makes me believe that they are probably getting most of their jobs in the fields or where they dont require legal papers for employment Most of these jobs are below minimum wage level It makes it hard for these individuals to get ahead in life if only being able to make a certain amount
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