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.
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.
Host Andrea Zopp engages in a critical discussion with Crain’s Chicago Business reporter Leigh Giangreco and CAN TV’s Executive Director, Darrious Hilmon, about the perceived anti-Palestinian bias in recent media coverage of the Hamas-Israeli conflict. Additionally, don’t miss a one-on-one interview with Dr. Lisa Bly-Jones, CEO of the Chicago Jobs Council, as they delve into important community issues.
Host Andrea Zopp delves into the recent City Council decision to abolish the subminimum wage for tip workers in Chicago, with insights from Eater Chicago editor Ashok Selvam and Chicago Tribune reporter Talia Soglin. Plus, a special one-on-one with Mary Towers from Start Early.
Dive into Illinois’ historic move as the first state to abolish cash bail. Host Andrea Zopp discusses this landmark decision with Jhmira Alexander of ‘Public Narrative’ and Corli Jay from Crain’s Chicago Business. Plus, a spotlight interview with Alex Goodfellow, Executive Director of Share Our People.
Join host Andrea Zopp as she explores the pressing issue of youth violence in Chicago with Francia Garcia Hernandez (Austin Weekly News), Jamine Nesbitt Golden (Block Club Chicago), and Matthew Harvey (We Home Media). Don’t miss a special interview with Cosette Nazon-Wilburn from Love Unity & Values Institute.
Dive into Chicago’s migrant landscape and the unfolding care crisis with host Andrea Zopp, Hugo Balta from ‘3 Questions With’, and community activist Sara Sadat. Plus, an exclusive interview with Raza Siddiqui, President of NABET Local 41.
Host Andrea Zopp sits down with local journalists Matthew Harvey, Adora Namigadde, and Carlos Ballesteros to discuss the findings and implications of the Chicago Urban League’s 2023 State of Black Chicago Report. Plus, a one-on-one interview with the President and CEO of the Chicago Urban League, Karen Freeman-Wilson.
Guest host Deborah D. Douglas sits down with Corli Jay, Alden Loury, and Matt Simonette to discuss the impacts of the most recent rulings by the Supreme Court. Plus, a one-on-one interview with Aisha Davis, the Board Chair of Affinity Community Services.
Guest host Jacoby Cochran talks with Jamie Nesbitt Golden, Danielle Sanders, and Kathy Chaney about the final Silver Room Block Party, which takes place at the end of July. Plus, a one-on-one interview with Audrena Spence, the Executive Director of the Gift of Hope Community Foundation.