Generations later, redlining impacts how long you will live

There is a 23-year difference in life expectancy between two neighborhoods that are less than 2 miles apart: 65.4 years of age in Buckeye Woodland (high poverty rate and predominantly Black neighborhood) vs. 88.6 years of age in Shaker Heights (predominantly affluent, white community).

Center for Community Solutions from National Center for Health Statistics, 2018