Cbs news - 15/09/2020 23:40  

Disparities between Chicago neighborhoods exposed with "Folded Map Project"

COVID-19 has served as a harsh reminder of the stark differences between Chicago neighborhoods. Tonika Lewis Johnson joined CBSN to discuss her "Folded Map Project," which sheds light on the disparities in the city.

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