On Wednesday, when the Chicago City Council is schduled to vote on allocating funds to address the migrant crisis, leaders from the Neighborhood Network Alliance and Black Community Collaborative, along with a group of concerned citizens will once again trek to City Hall to advocate for inclusion and equity for Chicago's Black communities. Says Black Community Collaborative's Natasha Dunn: "We fight for racial and economic equity because Black neighborhood maintreets resemble 3rd world counties. The Black community lead in the highest rate of homicide, unemployment, and homelessness."
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