Chicago Tribune Reporter Stacy St. Clair: Dangers of COVID-19 in Chicago’s African-American population “consequences of being in economically disadvantaged communities for generations”

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Stacy St. Clair in-studio with John pre-social distancing (Elif Geris/WGN Radio)

Chicago Tribune Reporter Stacy St. Clair joins John Williams to analyze data showing COVID-19 related deaths affecting African-American communities most. She lists some of the variables she and her co-writers found as causes in their piece, “Chicago’s coronavirus disparity: Black Chicagoans are dying at nearly six times the rate of white residents, data show.”

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