Friday, December 20, 2013

Inequities across Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) Stations

Living in Oakland, a commonly known fact is that the "flats" of Oakland have many more children with asthma compared to children living in the hills. This article uses BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) stops to show huge differences between life expectancy, household incomes and childhood asthma hospitalizations of people living next to each other in The East Bay. 

I'm thankful CSM has the opportunity to work alongside organizations involved in community development, like the SF Reserve, author of this article. 

- Kim Foster, CSM San Francisco Bay Area City Director

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