The socioeconomic inequalities between different races and income levels are structurally making it harder for Hispanic and black Americans, especially women, to move up into the middle, or upper-middle class. Even food available at HEB is different in a poor community than it is in a rich one here in San Antonio. An HEB down the street from my college Lady Of the Lake University, doesn’t even carry organic produce while the HEB in stone has a vast collect of organic produce and other healthier food options. When you analyze where all the fast food restaurants are concentrated in San Antonio, you’d see they’re almost completely concentrated in the lower income south and southwest side of town. If you look at tap water pollution studies taken near Calaveras Lake where ‘Dirty Deeply’ coal power plants stands, you’d see that toxins that are known to be carcinogenic or poisonous to human beings and native species in San Antonio, such as Barium and Lead. The water quality up north in Alamo Hieghts is significantly further from the pollution plant, and enjoys much cleaner water, while also being one of the highest income districts in San Antonio by far. The average income in San Antonio is just about 50,000 dollars, but the average income of the majority of the population living everywhere within the 410 freeway is about 20,000 dollars. The average income of homeowners in Stone Oak is six figures minimally per capital. The inequality needs to be recognized by our legislature as it has been by science so people understand we really are all equal. Once that happens, racism and bigotry will be much easier to fight in a more democratic culture. Thank you for reading my comment and for all your hard work.