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Children who are of color or low income are less likely to have safe, healthy, and sustainable places to play and be active

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Children who are of color or low income disproportionately live neighborhoods with high rates of poverty, crime, and unemployment and are less likely to have access to safe, healthy, and sustainable places to play and be active in parks, schools, and safe streets, according to Community Commons.

The City Project uses civil rights and environmental justice tools to improve health outcomes and alleviate disparities based on race, color, national origin, and income.