- Date: 06/07/2022
Host Daniel Raimi talks with Regan Patterson, an incoming assistant professor at UCLA who recently completed a fellowship as a…
For the better part of a decade, Chicago officials have been encouraging new developments to be built near the ‘L’, hoping to boost neighborhoods where people are more likely to hop a train to get to work or meet up with friends than jump in a car.
But like so many well-intentioned policies, Chicago officials found themselves confronting a series of unintended consequences that helped supercharge the deep inequities facing Chicago and its residents, including racial and economic segregation.
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