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Hosts Mary Mitchell and Leslie Baldacci discuss the disturbing gap between white and black home ownership. In Chicago, whites are twice as likely to own homes as African-Americans. The hosts turn to Courtney Jones, president of the oldest African-American real estate trade association, to find out what can be done to close the gap. They also discuss the unsettling rise of incidents in which whites have called the police on black people for just being in their vicinity.

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