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Harold Washington's lasting legacy

Thirty years ago today, Harold Washington was sworn in as Chicago’s first black mayor. Jacky Grimshaw, vice president of public policy for the non-profit Center for Neighborhood Technology and a top political advisor under Washington, talks about how – and why – Mayor Washington brought the TIF system to Chicago. Photo Credit: James Bourdier

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