World Racial Discrimination Can Take 18 Years Off Someone’s Life – Tonic

More than a century of segregation in St. Louis has created an 18-year life expectancy gap between people born in black and white neighborhoods separated by fewer than ten miles.

“A lot of conscious policy decisions created that map of life expectancy in St. Louis,” says Jason Purnell, associate …


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