IRRPP’s Report Covered in Associated Press and Other Media
Chicago’s racial and ethnic disparities in housing, economics, education, justice and health
The Associated Press and DNAinfo Chicago each covered the UIC Institute for Research on Race and Public Policy’s new report on Chicago’s racial and ethnic disparities in housing, economics, education, justice and health. The Associated Press story was published online by several outlets such as U.S. News and World Report and Chicago Sun-Times.
South Side Weekly quotes Kasey Henricks, a postdoctoral associate in the Institute for Research on Race and Public Policy at UIC, in a story detailing findings related to economy, housing, and education that were featured in the institute’s recent report on Chicago’s inequalities. The article also cites UIC expert commentaries in the report from Teresa Córdova, director of the Great Cities Institute and professor of urban planning and policy; and Pauline Lipman, professor of educational policy studies and director of the Collaborative for Equity and Justice in Education.
A Crain’s Chicago Business article examines the finding from a UIC Institute for Research on Race and Public Policy report that Cook County black households that earn $100,000 or more annually are nearly as likely as those earning under $25,000 to be segregated from whites. UIC experts interviewed in the article are Kasey Henricks, report co-author and postdoctoral associate in the institute, and Maria Krysan, report contributor and professor and head of sociology. (subscription may be required)