Fighting Segregation Shouldn’t Mean More Power for Rahm, Aldermen Say

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The segregation findings from the “City Fragmented” study reflect wider, systemic issues in the country, said Rosa. “It should come as no surprise to anyone that the United States and the United States’ policymaking is racist and classist,” he said. “We see that in our courts. We see that in funding for our schools.”

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