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For comparison, nearly half of the population lives under the poverty line. The wealth gap has widened in recent years
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photographer Johnny Miller set out to capture Mexico City's inequality from above. The images, taken by a consumer drone
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Mexico's capital city is one of the most unequal cities in the world.
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Economic and political power are concentrated among the extremely rich. In fact, the wealthiest 1% of the Mexican population earns 21% of the nation's total income
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the world's fourth richest person, calls Mexico City home. His telecommunications company, Telcel, controlled 70% of Mexico's wireless market in 2014
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Here, a low-income neighborhood sits adjacent to private school grounds. "I think it's very clear, looking at that dirt soccer pitch, which side is the more affluent side," Miller says
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Santa Fe, Mexico City
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Iztapalapa, Mexico City
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