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Less than zero

Sep 17, 2019
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The Big Book

In Baltimore, segregation can be felt even in your wallet

by Kimberly Adams and Sean McHenry Jun 7, 2019
One journalist spent years reporting on segregation in Baltimore, Maryland. He found that segregated communities can shape our economic futures.
A mural of Freddie Gray near the location where he was arrested is pictured in Baltimore, Maryland in 2016.
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How federal policy from the 1930s continues to harm Philadelphia and other cities

by David Brancaccio Jan 11, 2018
Real estate appraisers would negatively evaluate areas if people of color lived there.
A man walks into a heroin encampment in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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The Big Book

Preserving America's movie going history

by Kai Ryssdal and Emily Henderson Sep 21, 2017
Photographer Amy Davis talks about her photo book on the fate of historic movie theaters.
Filmgoers queueing to see Fritz Lang's film 'Man Hunt' in 1941.
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Can Chicago’s recent plague of violence be cured?

by Adriana Cargill Sep 16, 2016
A look at the cities’ rise in violence as a symptom of economic inequality.
A young victim of Chicago's gun violence is laid to rest. 
The Big Book

Why segregation lingers in Chicago and the rest of America

by Kai Ryssdal Apr 14, 2016
Natalie Moore on her new book “The South Side: A Portrait of Chicago and American Segregation”
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What makes a land of opportunity

by Krissy Clark Apr 16, 2015
Dayton, Ohio can teach us a lot about mobility and the American Dream.

Economic mobility in Chicago's projects

by Sylvester Monroe Aug 17, 2012
Marketplace's Sylvester Monroe visits his childhood home -- a demolished public housing project in Chicago -- to see who made it out and who's moving up the economic ladder.

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Income segregation rising in rapidly changing cities

by John Ketchum Aug 1, 2012
Immigration and the migration of retirees are key factors in the growing trend of urban economic segregation.