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Press Release: Residents in L.A.’s Latino neighborhoods less likely to receive relief funds amid COVID-19 pandemic

This is a press release on the LPPI and the UCLA Center for Neighborhood Knowledge report on LA neighborhoods most affected by the Coronavirus pandemic which finds that the residents in LA’s Latino neighborhoods are the least likely to receive relief funds amid COVID-19. The UCLA report also provides recommendations for local leaders to fill

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This is a press release on the LPPI and the UCLA Center for Neighborhood Knowledge report on LA neighborhoods most affected by the Coronavirus pandemic which finds that the residents in LA’s Latino neighborhoods are the least likely to receive relief funds amid COVID-19. The UCLA report also provides recommendations for local leaders to fill the gaps in financial support for those communities that are most vulnerable.

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