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Egleston Square: A City Divided in Life and Death

By Story Hinckley, Hanyang Dong, Yinglong Chen Two stops on the Orange Line. That’s all it takes to erase a quarter-century off of your life. Boston is a city segregated by race, income and education. No statistic, however, shows Boston’s inequality in starker terms than the variance in life expectancy rates across the city. Parts…