Housing

 

by Charlene Monay Robinson | 07/06/2017 - 5:01pm

“I moved out of Chicago to come here to have a better life,” Nikki Johnson said as she watched her daughter color her favorite cartoon character.  

 

Johnson lives in a low-income apartment building with her two-year old daughter.

 

Johnson was in need of affordable housing quickly after her hours were cut at her job. She was trying to pay her $800 a month rent payment each month.

 

Tags: The Grid, Housing
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