Again and again since coming into office, Mayor Rahm Emanuel has touted his vision to make Chicago "the most immigrant friendly city in the world."
But what does implementing this vision look like in reality? How do we stack up against other immigrant hubs? And what is Chicago doing to make sure diverse communities of new Americans -- from Pakistanis to Poles -- are all included in the city's economic growth? We hear from the director of Chicago's new Office of New Americans, Adolfo Hernandez, on Chicago Tonight at 7:00 pm.