August 10th, 7 pm to 9 pm at The Filament Theater
Join Neighbors for Affordable Housing in Jefferson Park as we host an expert panel discussion on Chicago's historic segregation, its tragic persistence, and what it costs all of us. This is an opportunity to hear about groundbreaking research and access expert insight into one of the most pressing issues our city faces. Refreshments will be served.
Our esteemed panel for the night includes:
Alden Loury, Director of Research with Metropolitan Planning Council and an author of the recent groundbreaking "Cost of Segregation Report"
Daniel Kay Hertz, Senior Policy Analyst at the Chicago-based Center for Tax and Budget Accountability and widely published writer on urban issues
Nick Kryczka, Department of History at The University of Chicago researching Chicago's historic segregation and its intersection with access to education