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Native Americans: Where are they?

You must have seen diverse groups in Chicago: Latinos, African Americans, LGBTQ+ people, and people of multiple nationalities, but do you know anything about Native Americans? Have you seen any of these communities here? Stay tuned to learn about these ethnic groups and their current status in Chicago.   Sources: https://interactive.wttw.com/playlist/2018/11/08/native-americans-chicago https://www.ala.org/aboutala/offices/diversity/chicago-indigenous https://chicagoaicc.com/wp-content/uploads/CAICCFINAL_5112021.pdf http://www.encyclopedia.chicagohistory.org/pages/874.html#:~:text=Although%20many%20families%20are%20now,and%20privileges%20within%20the%20tribe. http://www.wellnesscourts.org/files/Duran%20-%20American%20Indian%20Belief%20Systems.pdf Home – Landing Page...
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From Garfield to Wilson: Chicago’s (In)visible Divisions

Author: Santiago Segovia Program of Study: Master of Public Policy (MPP), Harris School of Public Policy (HAR) Description: This podcast addresses segregation in Chicago, from the most obvious way, which is how the city and its neighborhoods are distributed, to a more subtle kind, which directly affects people’s lives, jobs, and opportunities. Listen here:   Transcript (provided by author): Intro:...
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Chicago, City of Street Art. Why?

Author: Yuwen (Sally) Xiong Program of Study: Master of Public Policy (MPP), Harris School of Public Policy (HAR) Description: When you walk across the city, it’s easy to notice that street art is everywhere. Have you ever thought why there is so much street art in Chicago? How does it develop? What do artists want to convey through all...
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