Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Suburban Poor

This is an article about the increase of suburban change in identity from middle class to lower class.“For the first time, more than half of the metropolitan poor live in suburban areas.” The article explains how this is due to the fact that so many people have been loosing their jobs and houses, i wonder if there is any flight from the city into the suburbs during this time. They also talk about how some communities have embraced their hardships and have done everything possible to help the people in need. It is interesting to look at this from an unemployment perspective with regards to the crash of the auto industry and how metro Detroit and Cleveland are similar in hardships.

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