Study: A third of young adults want out of Chicago; ill omen for population loss


Pictured Above: from, A new study finding over a third of young adults — especially African Americans — want to move out of Chicago, citing nagging ills e.g. racism and fractured police-community relations, offers ominous insights for a city steadily losing population — and critical spotlights for its next mayor, says U of C Political Science Professor Cathy Cohen, founder of GenForward, author of “Race & Place: Young Adults and The Future of Chicago.” | Provided/University of Chicago

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