Traveling to cities with distinctly rich and poor areas, causes in me anguish, indignation, and misery, as I ponder how metropolises can still have rich and poor areas. Averting the poor areas and even the cities altogether, does not solve the problem, because such averting appears immoral and severs one from reality. What can I do?
As summarised in the Economics SE post linked above, I can exemplify with:
London (Boroughs): I was disturbed by the failure of the prosperity and wealth of Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea, Westminster, to ameliorate Hackney, Tower Hamlets, and the southern boroughs like Lewisham, Croydon.
Vancouver: West & North Vancouver, West Side, South Vancouver vs. Downtown East Side, Surrey.