Health is a part of all of that, noted Michael Rubinger, LISC national president and CEO. "There is no denying the clear connection between poverty and disease," he said. "The fact that low-income neighborhoods tend to be food deserts, where for generations families have had no means to access or afford fresh food, is certainly one of the driving factors. We are working to change that."
LISC New York City Launches Three-year Healthy Food Initiative To Improve Quality Of Life For Low-income NYC Residents
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