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‘If I can’t find someone to take care of them, how would I work to provide for them?’ U. of C. study highlights child care barriers in Chicago’s Latino communities. []


By Alison Bowen and Lauren Rodriguez Presa, Chicago Tribune, December 8, 2020

When Jessica Desarden, 32, became a mother seven years ago, one of her concerns was finding the appropriate day care to look after her children when she went back to work.

Desarden, a nurse living in the Belmont Cragin area, said she quickly realized there were not many child care centers near her home.

“Good child care that’s affordable is not very easily found around here,” she said on a recent weeknight after work.

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