Part of what many people find so irritating—or dangerous, depending on how much you have at stake—about upwardly mobile young people moving to working-class city neighborhoods is the sense of frivolity, of flightiness, they carry with them.
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Belt Magazine Live: With New America Chicago, a panel discussion about discrimination in the VC world
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Illinois gubernatorial candidate Jeanne Ives shows that, ahead of the 2018 Midterms, Trumpism is still thriving in the suburbs
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Facing a Mental Health Care System Gutted by Mayor Emanuel, Chicago Residents Plagued by Gun Violence Are Opting To Fund Their Own Clinics
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In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, thousands of Puerto Ricans have sought refuge in Chicago. Here’s what one woman had to navigate to get her family settled.
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