Apr 15, 1983; Chicago, IL, USA; HAROLD WASHINGTON campaigns for Mayor of Chicago. He made history in 1983 when he was elected mayor after receiving 51 percent of the vote. Given the city's racial segregation and at times tumultuous race relations, the victory was considered a major accomplishment in the annals of Chicago history.. (Credit Image: Arthur Grace/ZUMAPRESS.com)

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Few Puerto Rican evacuees in Chicago have benefited from FEMA shelter program
Update July 3, 2018: A federal judge in Massachusetts has extended the Transitional Shelter Assistance program, which was set to expire Saturday, June 30, until July 23, after a telephone hearing on Monday, July 2.

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