Even before the pandemic, Chicago’s homeless population was on the rise. Back in January, Chicago saw its number of people experiencing homelessness increase for the first time since 2015. Now a pandemic, a battered economy and oncoming winter could mean a new wave of homelessness in the city. Reset takes a closer look at the issue.
GUESTS: Mary Tarullo, associate director for policy and strategy at the Chicago Coalition for the Homeless
Luwana Johnson, director of shelter operations at Franciscan Outreach