Immigrants and neighborhood development

In his opening remarks at LISC/Chicago‘s “Back to the Future” panel last week, Raul Raymundo of The Resurrection Project focused on the role of immigrants in Chicago’s neighborhoods and economy. Without the surge of immigration Chicago experienced in the past two decades, the city could have ended up resembling Rust Belt cities like Cleveland and Detroit, Raymundo says.

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