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2 Another differencing factor is with their economic status in relationship to their clothing. Franklin resides in a poor community, and kids do not have the finances to buy expensive clothes.

3 Another differencing factor is with their economic status in relationship to their clothing. Franklin resides in a poor community, and kids do not have the finances to buy expensive clothes. Being a community of a poorer working class, “[…] most of the guys from Franklin wore K-mart sneakers while Columbus team members squeaked about the court in Air Jordans” (10).

4 Another differencing factor is with their economic status in relationship to their clothing. Franklin resides in a poor community, and kids do not have the finances to buy expensive clothes. Being a community of a poorer working class, “[…] most of the guys from Franklin wore K-mart sneakers while Columbus team members squeaked about the court in Air Jordans” (10). Families do not have the means to buy expensive clothes because they need to use their finances for the essentials of living.

5 Another differencing factor is with their economic status in relationship to their clothing. Franklin resides in a poor community, and kids do not have the finances to buy expensive clothes. Being a community of a poorer working class, “[…] most of the guys from Franklin wore K-mart sneakers while Columbus team members squeaked about the court in Air Jordans” (10). Families do not have the means to buy expensive clothes because they need to use their finances for the essentials of living. Expensive clothes, while they may be something wanted, are not a priority; the cost of living is.

6 Another differencing factor is with their economic status in relationship to their clothing. Franklin resides in a poor community, and kids do not have the finances to buy expensive clothes. Being a community of a poorer working class, “[…] most of the guys from Franklin wore K-mart sneakers while Columbus team members squeaked about the court in Air Jordans” (10). Families do not have the means to buy expensive clothes because they need to use their finances for the essentials of living. Expensive clothes, while they may be something wanted, are not a priority; the cost of living is. Hence, they have to resort to what they can afford.

7 Another differencing factor is with their economic status in relationship to their clothing. Franklin resides in a poor community, and kids do not have the finances to buy expensive clothes. Being a community of a poorer working class, “[…] most of the guys from Franklin wore K-mart sneakers while Columbus team members squeaked about the court in Air Jordans” (10). Families do not have the means to buy expensive clothes because they need to use their finances for the essentials of living. Expensive clothes, while they may be something wanted, are not a priority; the cost of living is. Hence, they have to resort to what they can afford. As a result, clothes are do not hold a high importance for them.

8 Another differencing factor is with their economic status in relationship to their clothing. Franklin resides in a poor community, and kids do not have the finances to buy expensive clothes. Being a community of a poorer working class, “[…] most of the guys from Franklin wore K-mart sneakers while Columbus team members squeaked about the court in Air Jordans” (10). Families do not have the means to buy expensive clothes because they need to use their finances for the essentials of living. Expensive clothes, while they may be something wanted, are not a priority; the cost of living is. Hence, they have to resort to what they can afford. As a result, clothes are do not hold a high importance for them. Unlike Franklin, kids from Columbus are “[…] dressed stylishly[…]. It would never enter their minds to shop at K-Mart or tote a bologna sandwich in a twice-used paper bag” (13).

9 Another differencing factor is with their economic status in relationship to their clothing. Franklin resides in a poor community, and kids do not have the finances to buy expensive clothes. Being a community of a poorer working class, “[…] most of the guys from Franklin wore K-mart sneakers while Columbus team members squeaked about the court in Air Jordans” (10). Families do not have the means to buy expensive clothes because they need to use their finances for the essentials of living. Expensive clothes, while they may be something wanted, are not a priority; the cost of living is. Hence, they have to resort to what they can afford. As a result, clothes are do not hold a high importance for them. Unlike Franklin, kids from Columbus are “[…] dressed stylishly[…]. It would never enter their minds to shop at K-Mart or tote a bologna sandwich in a twice-used paper bag” (13). They shop for designer clothes at higher end stores and boutiques.

10 Another differencing factor is with their economic status in relationship to their clothing. Franklin resides in a poor community, and kids do not have the finances to buy expensive clothes. Being a community of a poorer working class, “[…] most of the guys from Franklin wore K-mart sneakers while Columbus team members squeaked about the court in Air Jordans” (10). Families do not have the means to buy expensive clothes because they need to use their finances for the essentials of living. Expensive clothes, while they may be something wanted, are not a priority; the cost of living is. Hence, they have to resort to what they can afford. As a result, clothes are do not hold a high importance for them. Unlike Franklin, kids from Columbus are “[…] dressed stylishly[…]. It would never enter their minds to shop at K-Mart or tote a bologna sandwich in a twice-used paper bag” (13). They shop for designer clothes at higher end stores and boutiques. Because these families do not struggle with income, buying more expensive clothes becomes their ‘essential’ for kids at this age.

11 Another differencing factor is with their economic status in relationship to their clothing. Franklin resides in a poor community, and kids do not have the finances to buy expensive clothes. Being a community of a poorer working class, “[…] most of the guys from Franklin wore K-mart sneakers while Columbus team members squeaked about the court in Air Jordans” (10). Families do not have the means to buy expensive clothes because they need to use their finances for the essentials of living. Expensive clothes, while they may be something wanted, are not a priority; the cost of living is. Hence, they have to resort to what they can afford. As a result, clothes are do not hold a high importance for them. Unlike Franklin, kids from Columbus are “[…] dressed stylishly[…]. It would never enter their minds to shop at K-Mart or tote a bologna sandwich in a twice-used paper bag” (13). They shop for designer clothes at higher end stores and boutiques. Because these families do not struggle with income, buying more expensive clothes becomes their ‘essential’ for kids at this age. Kids at Columbus have become materialistic, and the brands of clothes have become a status; they are judged by what they wear

12 Transition The schools are not the only thing they have in common that have a division between them. The neighborhoods are also very different from each other.

13 Inner City of Mission District I.The pollution is at an all time high, both on the streets and in the air. a)Streets covered in trash and graffiti b)Cars and busses leave black smoke There are “…littered streets and graffiti covered walls that called out ‘Con Safos’ and F-14” (9). *

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