Not so sweet home Chicago
A recent federal study found housing bias against people with disabilities greater than any other minority group in Chicago. As Chicago has a long, ugly history of housing discrimination, this is not completely surprising. Being a native of Chicagoland, however, I was still disappointed, if not surprised. A couple of weeks ago I blogged about Chicago's Millennium Park's access with pride. I'm not so proud now. I'm reading the study and I'll be interested to see if Chicago was picked for the study site for a reason or just because. More on the study at Rolling Rains.