CINCINNATI (Nov. 15, 2023) — This Knowledge Exchange webinar features researchers who wrote The Social Areas of Cincinnati Report. They discuss trends across Cincinnati neighborhoods, focusing on the period from 1970 to 2020. The presenters offered insight on neighborhood transformations related to variables such as population, poverty, race, socioeconomic status and other social determinants of health. Among their findings:
SES Quartiles for Cincinnati Census Tracts in 1970 and 2021 with Neighborhood Overlay
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These findings warrant larger conversations about community conditions, resource availability and possible interventions to address inequities among neighboring communities. For example, how do we develop and redevelop neighborhoods so all residents can share in the prosperity that surrounds them? These reflections may lead to strategic policy solutions, funding, community building and engagement practices to mitigate the challenges we face.
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