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LA2050

Metric

Food insecurity live
In 2018, 26.8 percent of Los Angeles County households with incomes less than 300 percent of the federal poverty level experienced food insecurity.

Source: LA County Health Survey
Our target:
Less than 5 percent of residents would experience food insecurity.
5 %
2050
27 %
2018

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We <3 Open Data

The City of Los Angeles launched a new public platform for exploring, visualizing, and downloading location-based open data.

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Safe Streets Vision Zero Pledge

Stand with the LA Vision Zero Alliance and SoCal Families for Safe Streets, all victims of traffic violence and their families. Take the pledge for safe streets in Los Angeles.

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#RaceCounts in California

RACE COUNTS is a new initiative by the Advancement Project that will examine racial disparities in all 58 California counties by seven key issues. This data that will support community leaders, frame local debates around racial inequity, and create conversation around our local inequities.

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