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What Does Displacement Look Like?, Part 1: Census 2020 and Latinos in the Mission

by Senior Analyst Ryan Fukumori This blog is the first in a series where we will illustrate the long-term trends of gentrification and Latino displacement in San Francisco’s Mission District, using demographic and socioeconomic data from the U.S. Census Bureau and other public sources. The out-migration of Latinos from the Mission over the last few…

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Inequitable Job Growth Hurts San Francisco Latinos Recovering from the COVID-19 Pandemic

by Senior Analyst Ryan Fukumori One of the most tragic aspects of COVID-19 is how the pandemic has exacerbated existing racial and class disparities across the United States. Black and Latino communities nationwide have suffered the health and financial consequences of the pandemic, facing heightened rates of illness and death from the novel coronavirus as…

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Critical Needs of Latino Community Members Seeking COVID-19 Services in San Francisco’s Mission District

by Senior Analyst Ryan Fukumori Organizations in the Mission District serve a community that is predominantly Latino, with many non-English speakers and immigrants, including undocumented residents. This community has disproportionately suffered the financial and health-related effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. These disparities can be attributed to preexisting structural inequalities, with many Latinos clustered in industries…

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