Housing Discrimination and Economic Opportunity in the Chicago Region
While there have been improvements over the last thirty-five years in housing opportunities for people of color in the Chicago region, African- and Hispanic-Americans are still concentrated in neighborhoods of weak economic health. Continued racial and ethnic segregation has continuing implications for the social, political, cultural, and economic vitality of Chicago region. This report presented to the Human Relations Foundation of Chicago demonstrates the reality of such concentrations, and analyzes why they persist.
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