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providence plan team ass.

providence plan team ass. - Taryn Smith Chirayu Patel...

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Taryn Smith Chirayu Patel Hezekiah Ross Amanda Tambling Blackstone: There is not much diversity in Blackstone with 92.5% white, 3.9% Asian or pacific islands, 1.5% Black or African American, 2.1% Hispanic, and 0.1% Native American. The main language is English, but Spanish, Asian and other languages are recognized. The median income for Blackstone is $117,522, and the median household income $87,727. This area is clearly the most prestigious area in Providence with only 1.1% families below poverty line, and only 0.6% on public assistance. The total number of housing units in Blackstone is 3,359 and 96% of the housing is occupied by Whites, 1% by blacks, and 3% by others. Rent as well is dominated by whites at 89%, 2% black, 6% Asian, and 3% other. As a result of the high income and standards in this area, the health and safety statistics are very good. Only 6% children under age of 6 have tested positive high lead exposure of the average 19% in all of Providence. Also, Blackstone is one of the few regions of Providence that has little or no crime. Manton: This neighborhood is mainly Caucasian (74.9%) and the majority of the students speak English as their primary language.
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  • Spring '08
  • Enos
  • Household income in the United States, Median family income, Lower South, Lower South Providence, Mount Hope, public school children

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