Los Angeles is a low performance, low disparity, and more populous county.
In Los Angeles County, African-American students are suspended at nearly 10x the rate of Asian students, the least suspended group.
Black residents in Los Angeles County can expect to live eight years less than their Asian counterparts.
The median household income of Whites in Los Angeles County is 1.8x's higher than that of Black households and 1.6x's higher than that of Latino and Native American households.
Los Angeles County has the least racial disparity in representativeness of elected officials in the state.
In Los Angeles County, Blacks (20.8 per 1,000) are 100x's more likely to be incarcerated than Asian or Pacific Islanders (.2 per 1,000).
Asians are exposed to higher levels of contaminants in their drinking water than other racial groups in Los Angeles County.
In Los Angeles County Blacks and Latino Renters ($18,163 and $27,522) are left with nearly 2x less income than White Renters ($42,700) after paying for housing.