Chicago’s City Council voted 43-7 on Monday to pass a controversial new ward map, which splits up communities like Englewood into spaghetti-like slivers. Some of the members who opposed the plan were hoping for more Latino-majority wards. The new map contains 16 majority-Black wards, 14 majority-Latino wards and the city’s first majority-Asian ward.
Reset gets the details on the approved map and takes calls from listeners for their thoughts.
GUEST: Mariah Woelfel, WBEZ city government reporter