The plunder of black wealth in Chicago, captured in film

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The plunder of black wealth in Chicago, captured in film black families in Chicago lost an estimated $4 billion due to predatory contract buying, a Duke University’s Samuel DuBois Cook Center on Social Equity study found.

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'A plunder of black wealth': Predatory housing contracts gouged. report is the basis for a five-part film series called “The Shame of Chicago.”.

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