For many of its residents, Chicago feels like two cities instead of one. There is the majorly white and gentrified north side, where everything seems untouched by society's problems. And there is the south side, where gang wars and gunshots are a normal part of daily life. Even though cities like Washington and New York have higher crime rates, Chicago still holds the reputation of being a high crime city. It is a city divided by segregation, poverty, and the collapse of its public housing program.