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  1. A place to study, a place to call home

    • By Ahmadou Dramé and Research Assistants Sarah Atlas and Kris Tiongson
    • May 12, 2021
  2. Data Points | Immigrant population loss endangers the Chicago region’s workforce

    • By Margarita Bernal, Research Assistant. Edited by Dan Cooper.
    • Apr 20, 2021
  3. Why ending cash bail in Illinois is a win for racial justice and community safety

    • By Briana Payton, Policy Analyst, Chicago Community Bond Fund
    • Apr 5, 2021
  4. Chicago needs an ambitious industrial policy—"Inclusion & Industry 4.0"

    • By Dan Swinney, Manufacturing Renaissance
    • Jan 22, 2021
  5. A stable job for those exiting the criminal justice system

    • By Dan Swinney (Manufacturing Renaissance) and Victor Dickson (Safer Foundation)
    • Jan 11, 2021
  6. Data Points: How replacing lead water lines will put people back to work

    • By Justin Williams and Tara Jagadeesh, MPC Research Assistant
    • Jan 6, 2021
  7. That vacant lot? Here's its potential

    • By Dan Swinney, Manufacturing Renaissance
    • Dec 4, 2020

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