By Kiljoong KimWhy North Side poverty looks different from South Side poverty.
Posted on October 2, 2014
By Kiljoong KimWho's having them and what it means.
Posted on November 25, 2013
By Kiljoong KimThe vibrant young workforce the mayor wants to attract will only make inequity in the city worse.
Posted on May 7, 2013
By Kiljoong KimA blow to the census solar plexus.
Posted on May 15, 2012
By Kiljoong KimAnd so are the poor.
Posted on July 29, 2011
By Kiljoong KimThe link between large white elderly population and large youth minority population is quite intimate.
Posted on February 21, 2011
By Kiljoong KimPublic transit is built for those who need it least.
Posted on October 18, 2010
By Kiljoong KimThe irony of calling from Waukegan and Mokena to complain about folks who don't speak English.
Posted on May 26, 2010
By Kiljoong KimThe gaps in education will likely grow even greater despite a larger pool of college graduates.
Posted on March 29, 2010
By Kiljoong KimThe Plan displaced working class residents near downtown - and continues to do so today.
Posted on September 7, 2009
By Kiljoong KimThose leaving Illinois tend to be white, affluent, and old.
Posted on May 20, 2009
By Kiljoong KimSuburban poverty sprawls.
Posted on February 9, 2009
By Kiljoong KimWe are more single, divorced, widowed, and male. And fewer of our homes have plumbing.
Posted on September 30, 2008
By Kiljoong KimHispanics often must choose to identify themselves as White or Other.
Posted on March 10, 2008
By Kiljoong KimChanging the definition of Chicago's metropolitan area impacts federal funding, mortgages and other financial tools.
Posted on October 23, 2007
By Kiljoong KimThousands of Asians in Illinois actually come from countries like Ecuador and Algeria. Thousands of blacks have emigrated here from Romania and Norway. The world is growing more complex, and so are our identities.
Posted on January 8, 2007
By Kiljoong KimWhere do poor whites in Chicago live? Not by poor blacks.
Posted on September 11, 2006
By Kiljoong KimWe've only begun to measure the multi-racial composition of our citizens. The 2000 census was the first time Americans we're allowed to check more than one box when identifying their race.
Posted on June 25, 2006
By Kiljoong KimMexico provides more Illinois residents born out-of-state than anywhere else on the planet.
Posted on May 1, 2006
By Kiljoong KimAsian Americans as a group have been a living under a strange mix of contradicting stereotypes. On one hand, they are seen as better off than any other racial/ethnic group.
Posted on March 13, 2006
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