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FIRSTHAND: Segregation in America (Black Neighborhoods in Chicago) | Full Film | Local, USA

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Kwabena Ofori Osei
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In Chicago, segregation has a profound impact. FIRSTHAND: SEGREGATION illustrates the high cost of division but is also witness to the power of individuals to effect positive change as residents strive for a more integrated and equitable community.

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Kwabena Ofori Osei
Kwabena Ofori Osei 1 month ago

The American Dream: work a job, save some money, go on vacations, and raise a family.

The African American Dream: work a job, save some money, go on vacations, and raise a family.

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