Life expectancy varies by 30 years from one end to the other of Chicago's Red train line. No city in America has a bigger gap.
A baby born in Streeterville, one of the more prosperous districts, can expect to live to 90. Further south, an infant born in the most blighted parts of Englewood, has a life expectancy of about 60.
Tap on the link in our bio to join our correspondent on a train journey that highlights the realities, and effects, of racial segregation in America.
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