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  1. 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
  2. The jobs are here. Skilled workers aren’t.

    • By Dan Swinney, Manufacturing Renaissance
    • Oct 23, 2020
  3. Moving toward racial equity in Chicago's affordable housing policy

    • By Amy Khare, Research Director, National Initiative on Mixed-Income Communities
    • Oct 9, 2020
  4. COVID-19 and justice-involved housing: double the challenge for returning citizens

    • By Lauren Kataja, Harris Fellow, Debbie Liu, Associate, and Chandra Christmas-Rouse, Enterprise
    • Sep 14, 2020
  5. Just another tenant: incentivizing landlords to rent to the recently-released population

    • By Written by Lauren Kataja, MPC Harris Fellow. Advised by Kendra Freeman
    • Aug 18, 2020
  6. Data Points | When COVID-19 meets structural inequity, Chicago's immigrant population suffers

    • By Margarita Bernal, Research Assistant. Edited by Dan Cooper.
    • Aug 10, 2020
  7. The bar for racial justice in housing just got lower

  8. Not Everyone can “Stay at Home”

    • By Camryn Dillender, Research Assistant; Edited by Juan Sebastian Arias, Manager
    • May 4, 2020
  9. New HUD waiver provides opportunity to advance housing re-entry opportunities

    • By Kate Walz, Vice President of Advocacy, Shriver Center on Poverty Law
    • Apr 29, 2020

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