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The people living at the Martinique feel as though they are a toxic waste substance being compressed in the density living quarters, explains Jonathan Kozol. Rachel of Kozol's book, "Rachel and Her Children: Homeless Families in America" said people don't want to see them. Refering to the song, "We are the World, " Rachel also asks how come people care so much for people they can't see? "We are the world, " says Rachel. "We live here, too".
Discussing the book "The Nirvana blues" with the author John Nichols.
Anne Guerrero discusses urban renewal and the difference between her neighborhood in a conservation area and a suburban neighborhood. She discusses how the area is changing and how the University of Illinois has affected her neighborhood. This recording ends abruptly and is part 1 of 3