A New Housing Program to Fight Poverty has an Unexpected History | Retro Report

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In the 1970s, a landmark Supreme Court case named Gautreaux officially brought an end to segregated government housing in Chicago. But it also created a new challenge: how to undo decades of segregation. Lesson plan for educators: https://bit.ly/RR-housing-racism

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