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IRRPP Report on Native American Chicagoans

Although Native American Chicagoans play a central role in the social fabric of the city, relatively little attention has been directed to documenting the experiences of racial discrimination and inequities for Native American Chicagoans. In this report, we draw on available data to describe the current conditions and experiences of Native American Chicagoans, including areas where they are thriving and areas where they are negatively affected by the legacy of racial exclusion as well as ongoing discrimination. Download the report here.

WBEZ Coverage of IRRPP Native American Chicagoans Report

Click here to see WBEZ reporter Natalie Moore's story about our report.












Legacies of Racism event The State of Racial Justice for American Indian Chicagoans

Join us for a presentation on a new report by IRRPP that documents how experiences of racial discrimination and inequities affect American Indians in Chicago. After the presentation, community organizations and local subject area experts will respond to the findings and share their efforts to advance racial and economic justice for American Indians in Chicago. Find out more here.


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