One hundred years ago this month, Chicago was shaken to its core by race riots. In one week, 38 people were killed, more than 500 were injured, and more than a thousand were left homeless.
Steven Boone came to Curious City with a two-part question about the riots: What caused them, and how did they change Chicago?
We answered the first question in this story. Here, historian Adam Green lays out how — after the riots — city leaders set the foundation for racial inequality and segregation that Chicago continues to grapple with.
Jessica Pupovac is the interim editor for Curious City. You can follow her @JesPup.