education on how food affects people and with the advance medicine available

Education on how food affects people and with the

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education on how food affects people and with the advance medicine available from a physician, than that of a free clinic that is used in the impoverished neighborhood. The structural access to healthcare is based on the income of the neighborhoods which has a large disparity between each other. The wealthy neighborhood had beautiful parks and fountains that made the appearance look more pleasant and inviting to be around. The construction of an outdoor theatre where bands and concerts would be held is underway in Georgetown, which is a nice amenity of the city that provides a social outlet for the residents. The reason for the large disparity between both neighborhoods is education, which controls how the stratification of the city appears. Without the educational standards being the same in both neighborhoods and the incorporation of parents in their children’s future, begins to become a wide gap between the two societies. The culture capital and standard advantages are both working against the residents of Southeast D.C. because it leads for the economy to choose who deserves to learn the most knowledge and have more opportunities. Also with Georgetown being close to the capital, many of the residents work with or in the government which is a secure job and leads to an area being created where people of the same economic class, educational class, and social class to form a community which provides a successful area to compare to the impoverished neighborhoods. Between driving through Southeast D.C. and Georgetown, the disparities are open and widely recognized between the two. Many differences between educations, geographical landscape, opportunities around the area are the reason for such inequality in a city that isn’t large in area. It creates a gap between social classes and causes the mobility of some to be hindered. With the stratification of some creating an equal society will be a challenge but feasible in the future if we correct the inequality now.
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