brainstorm session on "economic rights"
access to food, health care, shelter, clear water, education,
quality of those things
proximity of grocers, what kinds of, transportation to
affordability of foods, quality foods, restuarants, meals
rent affordability, compared to your income (% of)
where rented apartments lie in relations to occupation
% of people registered to vote, voting accessibility
% of people with health care, full health care, dental, etc.
social justice: how justly distributed are the above? is it
a time dimension: how were things 5 years ago? or 10?
any correaltions via race, gender, age, class, education?
other course for this information? (fair housing, food banks, free
clinics, league of women voters, sscope, census, hud)
how does akron compare to cities of a comparable population size
what precedence in law, practice, philosophy, religion, etc exist
for economic human rights? what are they? how far do/should they
higher education rates, literacy, standard tests, public school
causes for status and disparities... why?
what can be done? what is being done?
index of dissimilarity (id), gini index, etc (as tests,
supermarket consolidation, historically