As the number of unhoused people continues to grow across the country, the impact on BIPOC remains grossly disproportionate.
By Sophia Porter July 20, 2020 Over the past couple months, income inequality between Blacks and their white counterparts has been at the forefront of conversations about racial inequality on the national stage. The figures are staggering, prompting a myriad of questions. One that’s particularly close to my heart relates to housing. Can we fully take into … Continue reading Housing discrimination in Chicago
Chicago has a legacy of housing discrimination and redlining. Today, this same race and income based divide is evident in the location of affordable housing. Sophia shares her experiences with low income housing management and development.