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When it comes to inequality, where you live matters more than you think

A young girl walks by an abandoned building and lot in Camden, New Jersey March 9, 2005

What role does geography play in determining access to opportunities? Image: REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

John Lettieri
Co-Founder and Senior Director for Policy and Strategy, Economic Innovation Group
Steve Glickman
Co-Founder and Executive Director, Economic Innovation Group
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