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Re: Bobby Rush: I’ll stop Metra ‘in its tracks’

Posted by ChicagoPCCLCars on Mon Apr 30 11:42:22 2012, in response to Re: Bobby Rush: I’ll stop Metra ‘in its tracks’, posted by Olog-hai on Sun Apr 29 23:35:30 2012.

I don't ever follow most threads...I mainly look at those with a Chicago connection...and I seldom respond. But in this thread, DAMN is Olog-hai always this obnoxious??? Olog-hai doesn't live within 2000 miles. What did Rep. Rush ever do to him?

Unfortunately Chicago historically has had the reputation of being the most segregated city...AND IT STILL IS. The Chicago Tribune documented that today, 90 percent of the population live in an area that is racial identifiable(white, Black, Hispanic). The CREATE Englewood Project @ 63rd and State St. is racially identifiable (virtually 100 % Black) 4 1/2 miles due north (26th and State St.); racially identifiable 3 miles due east (Lakefront, can't go any further); due south 10 miles (City limits @ 138th St.) but continues through Calumet Heights, Riverdale, Dolton, Phoenix, Harvey, South Holland (Interstate 80-294)to the southwest suburbs: Dixmor, Markham, Hazel Crest, East Hazel Crest, Country Club Hills, Homewood, Flossmor, Matteson, Chicago Heights, University Park (Yes, Past U.S. 30)miles from Englewood ...25 plus. Going west from Englewood, it is racially identifiable 3 1/2 miles to California Ave. and 63rd St. And within the city southwest, go five miles past 87th St. and Pulaski Rd.

David Harrison


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