Marin County Income Inequality

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A new report titled "A Portrait of Marin" reveals stark income inequality between residents living in the wealthiest and those in the poorest parts of the county. The disparities extend to education and housing as well as health. Among the findings: a baby born in Ross will likely live 13 years longer than one born in Novato's Hamilton neighborhood. We talk about the findings and recommendations.


Thomas Peters, president and CEO of the Marin Community Foundation

Kristen Lewis, co-director of the American Human Development Project

Makini Hassan, executive director of the Marin City Community Development Corporation

Mary Jane Burke, superintendent of schools for Marin County

Ben Mangan, president and CEO of Earn