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  1. For Cook County Jail, a hot spot of COVID-19, our choices are fast action or mass death

    • By Daniel Cooper and Amanda Klonsky, chief program officer for a prison education organization
    • Apr 24, 2020
  2. Segregation and Inequality Make the Chicago Region More Vulnerable

    • By Daniel Cooper and Shehara Waas, Research Manager
    • Mar 25, 2020
  3. It’s Time to Protect Federal Fair Housing Regulations

    • By Kristen Gore and Edited by Juan Sebastian Arias, Manager
    • Mar 2, 2020
  4. How Illinois can reduce recidivism, change lives, and save $100 million a year

    • By Michael Wieczorek, 2019 King W. Harris Summer Intern, edited by Liz Granger
    • Aug 14, 2019
  5. People with arrest and conviction records are one step closer to equal housing access. Here’s why that matters

    • By Patricia Fron, Chicago Area Fair Housing Alliance, and Marie Claire Tran-Leung, Shriver Center on Poverty Law
    • Apr 23, 2019

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