ZoWhat – GET OUT! A Deeper look @ gentrification/displacement N low income areas across America!!!

“GET OUT!!!!”
A Deeper look at gentrification/displacement In previously
low income areas across America!!!Questions:


True or False?
Is gentrification a sign of economic growth?

Is The Black  Community in the Leimert Park Area Of Los Angeles, coming to an end?

If racism isn’t a factor in school funding, why does research reveal that “no matter how rich or poor the district in question, funding gaps existed solely based on the racial composition of the school”?

Is black Harlem coming to an end?

If racism isn’t a factor in opportunity and economic security, then why the overwhelming evidence to the contrary?

Is gentrification really a problem?

True Or False?
Most economists say some inequality is needed to reward hard work, talent and innovation. But a wealth gap that’s too wide is usually unhealthy?

If racism isn’t a factor in who gets arrested, why are black boys viewed by police as older than their biological age (and older than same-age white boys) and less innocent?

True or False?
America is regressing to have the economic and political structure of a developing nation, an MIT economist has warned?


Has it become harder for someone born poor to become rich?

If racism isn’t a factor in whom employers seek to hire, why do women of color have the lowest wages at every level of educational attainment?

if racism isn’t a factor in overall success, why does higher educational attainment increase a person’s income within her/his race, but not among different races?

If racism isn’t a factor, why do blacks with some college have about the same probability of employment as whites who have not completed high school?

True or False?
With gentrification, blacks are becoming outsiders in their own communities?

If racism isn’t a factor in the justice system, why are prison populations dramatically inverse in proportion to the racial demographics of the U.S.?

True or False?
Are the benefits of a gentrified neighborhood’s economic growth shared equally by new and old residents alike?

Are neighborhoods fully hospitable to residents with a range of incomes, ages and abilities?5

True or False?
“Without a robust middle class, America is not only reverting to developing-country status, it is increasingly ripe for serious social turmoil that has not been seen in generations.”?

what are the consequences for the people who already live in the neighborhood?

if racism isn’t a factor in employment opportunity, why is the economic advantage of graduating from an elite university less for blacks than whites, as recent research suggests?

If racism isn’t a factor in education, why are school suspensions and expulsions significantly disproportionate between white and black students?

What happens if they can no longer afford to live in the place they call home?

In what way is gentrification bad for a community?

What is the social cost of economic growth?

How has the middle class fared?

So who are the top 1 percent in income?

“Why does it take an influx of white New Yorkers in the south Bronx, in Harlem, in Bed Stuy, in Crown Heights for the facilities to get better?”

Why can’t everyone live in a decent neighborhood without gentrifying?

Hasn’t there always been a wide gulf between the richest people and the poorest?

Does it matter if some people are much richer than others?

True or False?
As money begins to flow into a neighborhood after its gentrified many aspects of everyday life are changed for the better?

Must a community become a white space in order for its residents to enjoy decent goods and services?

Do crime Rates drop after a neighborhood has been gentrified?

How does the arrival of new tastes, expectations and demographics damage the social and cultural fabric of a neighborhood?

If racism isn’t a factor in economic security, then during our recent economic disturbances Why Didn’t Higher Education Protect Hispanic and Black Wealth?

True or False?
Re: Gentrification;People of color are criminalized because new people feel ‘in danger’?

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