Chicago’s largest homeless shelter accused of discriminating against people with disabilities, but faces little oversight because it’s a church

Inside Pacific Garden Mission, where former residents say they faced discrimination because of their disabilities and were forced to attend religious services.

Chicago’s largest homeless shelter accused of discriminating against people with disabilities, but faces little oversight because it’s a church

The largest homeless shelter in Chicago makes religious services mandatory and may be discriminating against people with disabilities, advocates say.


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