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Katherine Nagasawa

She should be here: Why aren't there more statues of women in Chicago?

Curious Citizen Kate Hannigan spends a lot time walking through Chicago’s parks and streets, and there’s something that really bugs her — it’s something that she doesn’t see. So she asked Curious City, “Where are all the statues of women?"

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