It's Episode 16 of NaPodPoMo 2020.
On this mile of our journey, I talk about one of my favorite independent cafes, Chicago Hope Coffee, as well as one of my least favorite places in the city, The Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detention Center. We top off the discussion by looking at their surrounding neighborhood, the Tri-Taylor Historic District
This is mile #14 of our exploration of the longest street in Chicago, Western Ave, which spans 24 miles right through the city. We'll be taking the rest of 2020 to "Stroll down Western Ave." as part of the National Podcasting Post Month. We didn't finish in November, but the party don't stop!
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- Chicago Hope Coffee
- Chicago Sun-Times: The Lifelong Damage We Do In Cook County When We Jail Kids As Young As 10
- Steans Family Foundation: Juvenile Justice in Illinois: A Data Snapshot
- Tri-Taylor Historic District National Registration of Historic Places Nomination Form
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