A Chicago community group is providing young people from under-resourced neighborhoods with new opportunities. Chicago is one of the most segregated cities in America, but the initiative My Block, My Hood, My City is bridging that divide by empowering youth to explore the world beyond their immediate neighborhoods. Adriana Diaz shows how they’re changing lives by expanding teenagers’ horizons.
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