Poor, mostly black areas face supermarket ‘double jeopardy’

Read more black newsLos Angeles Times – “Our study found that it’s not simply an issue of poverty,” wrote Kelly Bower, an instructor at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, in an email to the Los Angeles Times. “In fact, a racially segregated poor black neighborhood is at an additional disadvantage simply because it is predominantly black.”

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