Disrupting the Cycle of Segregation - Metropolitan Planning Council

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Disrupting the Cycle of Segregation

April 4, 2018, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. CT

This is a past event

The John Marshall Law School
304 S State St.
Chicago, IL 60604

Hosted by: The University of Illinois Institute of Government and Public Affairs

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Join in a unique event featuring Maria Krysan and Kyle Crowder, authors of the innovative new book, Cycle of Segregation, which proposes fresh insights into hidden factors that perpetuate residential segregation and highlights successful approaches to overcoming it at the local level.

Clients and staff of two such approachesthe Oak Park Regional Housing Center and the Housing Choice Partnerswill discuss their stories and bring to life the ideas of the book. MPC Vice President Marisa Novara will be one of the event's featured speakers, sharing more details about our Cost of Segregation initiative

The program will close with opportunities for advocacy and action that community leaders, policymakers, and philanthropists at the local, state, and federal level can pursue.

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Doors open at 9:00 a.m.; program starts at 9:30 a.m. Due to building security, event registration and a photo ID are required to attend this event. Please make sure to use the 304 State Street entrance.

This page can be found online at http://www.metroplanning.org/events/affiliated/detail/457

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Chicago, Ill. 60603
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