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Data Points: How Chicago's crime rate and population change stack ... 

... Data Points: How Chicago's crime rate and population change stack up against
other cities. Flickr user Sean Munson (cc). It’s not ...

www.metroplanning.org/news/7363/Data-Points-How-Chicagos-crime-rate-and-population-change-stack-up-against-other-cities

Data Points: A tale of two malls - Metropolitan Planning Council 

... Data Points: A tale of two malls. Flickr user vxla (CC). River Oaks Shopping Center
is one of eight large retail properties in Calumet City, Ill. ...

www.metroplanning.org/news/7376/Data-Points-A-tale-of-two-malls

Data Points: Are crime and population loss connected in Chicago? ... 

... Data Points: Are crime and population loss connected in Chicago? Flickr user Alan
Cleaver (cc). Chicago continues to grapple with crime and population loss. ...

www.metroplanning.org/news/7359/Data-Points-Are-crime-and-population-loss-connected-in-Chicago

Data Points: Don't Send in the Feds, Chicago Needs Jobs ... 

... Data Points: Don't Send in the Feds, Chicago Needs Jobs, Investment, and
Education. Paul Moody. Chicago Black Lives Matter protest. ...

www.metroplanning.org/news/7399/Data-Points-Dont-Send-in-the-Feds-Chicago-Needs-Jobs-Investment-and-Education

Data Points: Chicago's segregation isn't just in the city ... 

... Data Points: Chicago's segregation isn't just in the city. Flickr user Lisa
Padilla (CC). Many suburban communities in Chicagoland ...

www.metroplanning.org/news/7324/Data-Points-Chicagos-segregation-isnt-just-in-the-city

Data Points: In the Chicago region, when white people leave jobs ... 

... Data Points: In the Chicago region, when white people leave jobs tend to
follow. Flickr user David Wilson (CC). This Calumet City ...

www.metroplanning.org/news/7416/Data-Points-In-the-Chicago-region-when-white-people-leave-jobs-tend-to-follow

Data Points: Investment in Pullman is paying off - Metropolitan ... 

... Data Points: Investment in Pullman is paying off. Alden Loury. ... Data Points: Communities
need affordable housing now more than ever. By Shehara Waas; Jun 15, 2017 ...

www.metroplanning.org/news/7390/Data-Points-Investment-in-Pullman-is-paying-off

Data Points: Most African Americans leaving Chicago and Cook ... 

... Data Points: Most African Americans leaving Chicago and Cook County are low
income. Flickr user Jonathan Parker (CC). ... Data points logo. ...

www.metroplanning.org/news/8442/Data-Points-Most-African-Americans-leaving-Chicago-and-Cook-County-are-low-income

Data Points: Middle class realities when you are black and brown ... 

... Data Points: Middle class realities when you are black and brown. Mark DeSouza,
Flickr. ... Data Points: Communities need affordable housing now more than ever. ...

www.metroplanning.org/news/8420/Data-Points-Middle-class-realities-when-you-are-black-and-brown

Data Points: More jobs, but less transit located outside the city ... 

... Data Points: More jobs, but less transit located outside the city of Chicago.
Of the 3 million people commuting by car in the region ...

www.metroplanning.org/news/7338/Data-Points-More-jobs-but-less-transit-located-outside-the-city-of-Chicago

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