This document presents data about the inequitable dangers of incomplete streets. Pedestrian fatality rates are much higher for Latino and African Americans than for Whites. Additionally, incomplete streets have disproportionate health impacts. Car-dependent communities discourage walking and biking. The document links the potential benefits of complete streets to data about obesity, heart disease, and respiratory illness disproportionately affecting people of color. The document also discusses the barriers that car-dependent communities create for employment.