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The overwhelming impact of childhood trauma on Chicago's West Side

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Tens of thousands of people grow up in and around Chicago's predominantly black neighborhood of Austin, one of the city's biggest and most violent, where experts say disinvestment and systemic racism are major drivers of childhood trauma. Special correspondent Cat Wise and producer Sam Lane report as part of our series, “Invisible Scars: America’s Childhood Trauma Crisis."

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