Whites and blacks in Chicago are living in two totally different cities, Emily Badger, Washington Post, May 9, 2017, available here
The data, though, is particularly revealing for what it says about the very different experiences in Chicago of blacks and whites, who, because of largely decades-old patterns of segregation, largely inhabit separate sides of the city.
Twenty-three percent of blacks said they believe they've been denied housing they could afford because of their race. Two percent of whites said the same.
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