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Report identifies Bay Area's most segregated neighborhoods of white wealth; Alamo ranks 15th

Original post made on Aug 22, 2022

A new report by the Bay Area Equity Atlas says 10% of the region's census tracts are segregated "areas of white wealth" -- and one Tri-Valley community ranked in the top 15 most segregated...

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Posted by Adrienne Michaels
a resident of Danville
on Aug 22, 2022 at 8:54 am

Adrienne Michaels is a registered user.

White affluence is the determining factor in this discussion.

Poorer people of color cannot afford to reside in exclusive white communities with high property valuations and costly expenditures.

People live where they can afford to live and it has nothing to do with racism as many poorer white folks also reside in lesser communities.

Money talks and with it comes the privilege of exclusivity.

Posted by Latrelle Wilkins
a resident of another community
on Aug 24, 2022 at 8:55 am

Latrelle Wilkins is a registered user.

"White affluence is the determining factor in this discussion."

"Money talks and with it comes the privilege of exclusivity."

^ The 'privilege of exclusitivity' is a codename for arrogance and self-importance.

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