As Chicago responds to an influx of migrants, underserved Black residents feel forgotten

(19 Apr 2024)
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Chicago – 8 April 2024
1. Migrants outside shelter

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Maywood, Illinois – 14 April 2024
2. Various of church patrons entering church
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Reverend Chauncey D. Brown, Second Baptist Church of Maywood:
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“The thousands of migrants that are being shipped to Democratic led cities, with African American mayors being pawned on to underserved communities is unfair both to the communities, but also unfair to the humanity that is dropped off in the middle of underserved neighborhoods.”

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Chicago – 8 April 2024
4. Various of migrants outside shelter

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Maywood, Illinois – 14 April 2024
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Reverend Chauncey D. Brown, Second Baptist Church of Maywood:
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“There’s homeless, there’s violent crimes at a high rate, and money is being found for those that are just getting here. But what about those who have been living in neighborhoods that have been stripped of banks, stripped of grocery stores, stripped of quality education, and all of a sudden there is a group that is coming in and it’s causing animosity between the citizens and the new generation of people that are coming in.”

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Chicago – 8 April 2024
6. Various of migrants outside shelter

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Chicago – 12 August 2020
7. Various of Chicago’s Southside

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Chicago – 29 March 2024
8. Front of Westside Justice Center
9. Richard Wallace, Executive Director Equity and Transformation walking outside Westside Justice Center
10. SOUNDBITE (English) Richard Wallace, Executive Director Equity and Transformation:
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“When black people say, we want parks, that doesn’t mean that we don’t want X for migrants. And black people say we want jobs. That does not mean that we’re saying we don’t want job, some market. And so the conflating of the issues together, right, is part of the problem. “
11. Various of Richard Wallace at his desk
12. Various of Richard Wallace outside Westside Justice Center
13. SOUNDBITE (English) Richard Wallace, Executive Director Equity and Transformation:
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“But I think a lot of the drivers for the migration of Black and brown folks is racism, right? And so, you know, our folks were leaving Jim Crow South. Similarly, I think people are coming here with hope to like, acquire living wages, acquire some, you know, some stability. And the only way that I feel like we can preserve that dream, right, is through building racial solidarity so that there is no competition."

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Chicago – 2 May 2023
14. Various of migrant families at police stations.

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Chicago – 29 March 2024
15. Various of Richard Wallace outside Westside Justice Center
16. SOUNDBITE (English) Richard Wallace, Executive Director Equity and Transformation:
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“But the pathway to getting enough for everyone doesn’t come through division. It comes through solidarity.”

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Maywood, Illinois – 14 April 2024
17. Various of Second Baptist Church of Maywood choir
18. SOUNDBITE (English) Reverend Chauncey D. Brown, Second Baptist Church of Maywood:
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“Chicago is and has more work to do, it being a sanctuary city. I will say at times for the African-American community and even our brothers and sisters that are migrants in shelters, it can seem like the sanctuary has turned into a hellhole."

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Chicago – 1 November 2023
18.Migrants receiving donations in the streets

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