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Social Inequality, As Seen From The Sky

2 monthes ago   |   By Arch Daily

Kya Sands, Johannesburg, South Africa. Image © Johnny Miller / Unequal Scenes
Across the world, urban clusters have - to a greater or lesser extent - social and economic differences. Reflected in space, these imbalances of income and access to education, health, sanitation, and infrastructure generate ruptures more or less visible - although drastically felt. Although a daily reality for some, socio-spatial inequalities can often go unnoticed. Photographer Johnny Miller states, "Discrepancies in how people live are sometimes hard to see from the ground... Oftentimes, communities of extreme...
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