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Food deserted: race, poverty, and food vulnerability in Atlanta, 1980 - 2010
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-11-11)
The concept of food deserts, as a measure of low-income neighborhoods with limited access to affordable and healthy produce, can be helpful as a tool to quantify and compare food vulnerabilities, as many recent studies ...
Determining the Implications of Resegregation in the Atlanta Public School System and its Affect on Student Achievement
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-05-09)
Despite experiencing a fairly calm period of racial integration, Atlanta’s inner-city region is one of the most racially segregated metropolitan areas in the nation. This division spans all components of Atlanta’s culture, ...
Race, Reparations and Reconciliation After the Genome
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-04-04)
All are welcome for a public dialogue featuring two world-leading experts on the intersections of race and biomedicine in science and in society. Alondra Nelson, Columbia University, author of Body and Soul: The Black ...
Metropolitan American in a Globalizing Age: Inequalities and Opportunities
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-04-22)
This keynote panel presentation, a part of the Metropolitan America in a Globalizing Age: Inequalities and Opportunities symposium hosted by the School of History and Sociology at Georgia Tech, seeks to investigate various ...
Health Impacts of Mass Incarceration
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-10-02)
Reentry is a process that occurs the moment a person is imprisoned, released from prison, and reintegrates back into society, often without much direction. Given the marginalization of this terminology, we refer to the ...