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1919 Chicago Race Riots

Pulitzer Prize winner Carl Sandberg likened the 1919 riot in Chicago to “the jungle.” It was a swarming mass of violence and outrage that was sparked by one teenager unknowingly crossing an unmarked line that divided white Chicago from black Chicago on July 27, 1919, nearly 100 years ago.

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