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Unformatted text preview: the wealthythose residing in Manhattan and suburban areas. Interestingly enough she describes herself living in between two worlds: with the educated/thriving and the Bronx, her hometown. This is a clear realization about the clear divide in our country of rich and poor. Majora does a great comparison of both the Bronx and New Orleans; two places one never thought of as similar. She points out the government negligence as well as high poverty rates in both locations. From Majoras comparisons, I thought of the places around my hometown like Los Angeles and Compton. These places like the Bronx, I believe have been ignored by the government and where its citizens do not have adequate access (work, a great school district, etc.)....
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- Fall '10