“On equity indicators, the lower the number the greater the impact. Racially, black residents in the city of STL have higher rates of everything, from poverty, high STD, poor healthcare, low access to food, high rents and low rates in mortgage lending, failing schools specifically in math and reading rates. We’re also ticketed more often and make up 66% of the warrants issues. Also, the City of STL has no oversight or anything else in place to measure performance and outcomes—they had no explanation for “why” these disparities are occurring. The city also has NO data analysts to track data to measure these disparate outcomes to in turn help circumvent or prevent inequalities. #equityindicators” – Felicia Thompson Blackonbothsides Without transparency, accountability, oversight or anything else in place to measure performance and outcomes, this is what you’re voting for more of today…

“On equity indicators, the lower the number the greater the impact. Racially, black residents in the city of STL have higher rates of everything, from poverty, high STD, poor healthcare, low access to food, high rents and low rates in mortgage lending, failing schools specifically in math and reading rates. We’re also ticketed more often and make up 66% of the warrants issues.

Also, the City of STL has no oversight or anything else in place to measure performance and outcomes—they had no explanation for “why” these disparities are occurring. The city also has NO data analysts to track data to measure these disparate outcomes to in turn help circumvent or prevent inequalities. #equityindicators” – Felicia Thompson Blackonbothsides

Without transparency, accountability, oversight or anything else in place to measure performance and outcomes, this is what you’re voting for more of today…

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