Oak Park Stereotypes

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Oak Park has many wonderful things about it, yet it is still negatively portrayed in Sacramento. I grew up in Oak Park with my father. According to OakParkna.com it originated in the late eighteen hundred and was the first suburbs. Currently it is viewed as a lower class poor neighborhood. Multigenerational residence is affluent. The Oak Park community is split up into two sides, the north and the south. The south is poor and the north is rich. Racism is minimal due to the multi-race neighborhoods. Oak Park fought many stereotypes and has changed over the years.

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