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With no ride to school, African-American and poor children disproportionately hit in traffic in urban districts

In Ohio, African-American children and those from lower-income families are far more likely to be hit by cars than white children in the suburbs, according to an Akron Beacon Journal analysis, and the reason is simple: The state has created inequality in transportation to school.

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