Host Hugo Balta engages in a thought-provoking conversation with Sylvia Puente, the esteemed President & CEO of the Latino Policy Forum.
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Guest Host Raza Siddiqui engages in a crucial conversation with Alison Pure-Slovin, the Midwest director of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, about the alarming rise of anti-Semitism in the U.S. and globally. Additionally, don’t miss a compelling one-on-one with Dr. Dominica McBride, the founder and CEO of BECOME, as they delve into impactful community development.
Host Darius Caffey engages in a captivating conversation with Austin Cathey, the dynamic Midwest Community Engagement Associate for UNICEF. Austin will share his inspiring journey of following his passions, from his creative pursuits to earning a Master’s in Global Health Policy & Equity at Loyola University Chicago. Discover how he advocates for Children’s Rights in his multifaceted role as a scholar and practitioner.
Join Host Darrious Hilmon as he sits down with John Robak, former Chairman and CEO of Greeley and Hansen, who shares his invaluable lessons in leadership. Don’t miss these insights from a renowned philanthropist.
Host Bianca Cotton sits down with Karli Butler to delve into her inspiring story of resilience and transformation following two life-altering attacks.
Join hosts Connie and Anna as they explore the theme of self-worth and share their personal strategies for embracing and being fully present in joy. Don’t miss this empowering conversation!
Host Jewel Ifeguni welcomes the multifaceted hip-hop artist and writer Charles Donalson, known as Dahzi D. From his thought-provoking writing featured in local newspapers to his international performances and production prowess, Dahzi’s talents shine. He’s not just an artist; he’s a community leader and advocate for educational equity.
In a crucial two-part series, Jhmira Alexander engages with Camesha Jones of Sista Afya and Andrew Wade from NAMI Illinois to tackle the pressing issue of mental health in the Black community. They’ll explore the challenges, solutions, and the profound impact mental health has on public well-being.
Host Hugo Balta engages in a thought-provoking conversation with Debbie Rafael Shanley, Minority Veteran Program Coordinator at Jesse Brown VAMC, to discuss the unique challenges and programs for minority veterans.
Guest Host Raza Siddiqui leads a critical roundtable with Ghazala Irshad and Sara Sadat on the presence of extremist groups within local law enforcement. Plus, don’t miss an exclusive interview with Heather Higgins-Alderman, President and CEO of Illinois Children’s Healthcare Foundation.