Displacement: A Tale of the Homeless in Chicago

Abdul investigates the phenomenon of displacement which is a growing condition amongst gentrified neighborhoods in Chicago including Street Level’s own West Town/Wicker Park Neighborhoods. Abdul looks at what happens when a transient, makeshift community of homeless no longer has access to their neighborhood (a viaduct that gave shelter from nature’s elements).

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  • Tajah Ware

    I really liked this article. I think the topic was super intriguing. I also thought the footage was good. I liked the diversity of the clips.

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