Visualizing where rich and poor people really cross paths–or don’t

Visualizing where rich and poor people really cross paths–or don’t

Visualizing where rich and poor people really cross paths–or don’t

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These maps show “place inequality”–or why people of different income levels are at different coffee shops.

The two coffee shops occupy the exact same block in Boston. Yet while they’re just a couple minutes walk apart, each serves a different mix of clientele. The first spot caters to people from many different income brackets, but the second caters almost exclusively to people with lower-income levels.

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Visualizing where rich and poor people really cross paths–or don’t Visualizing where rich and poor people really cross paths–or don’t Visualizing where rich and poor people really cross paths–or don’t

Visualizing where rich and poor people really cross paths–or don’t

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