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5/8/17: "Impact of CPS's new high school application"

In this audio excerpt from the 5/4/17 edition of Chicago Newsroom, Chicago education reporters Lauren FitzPatrick, Sarah Karp, and Becky Vevea talk with host Ken Davis about the workings and possible impact of Chicago Public Schools' new application process for high schools citywide. Length 5.7 minutes.

5 MIN2017 MAY 8
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5/8/17: "Impact of CPS's new high school application"

11/28/16: "Discrimination expert: exit polls laced with bias, over-represent GOP"

In this audio excerpt, DePaul University College of Law professor Sumi Cho criticizes predominant exit-poll surveys, saying that they aren't designed to represent certain demographics. Cho spoke in the Nov. 11, 2016 Webinar, "Social Justice SOS: What Happened, What's Coming and Why We Must Join Together Against Hate." Length 4.3 minutes.

4 MIN2016 NOV 28
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11/28/16: "Discrimination expert: exit polls laced with bias, over-represent GOP"

10/29/16: "Using lawyers' ratings to vote for judges"

In this audio interview, Dave Glowacz explains to a fellow voter how to choose Cook County judges by using bar association recommendations found at voteforjudges.org. Included: how to see your ballot in advance; how bar associations arrive at their recommendations; why it doesn't matter whether you vote for particular judges; and what do if you don't trust lawyers. Length 16.1 minutes.

16 MIN2016 NOV 3
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10/29/16: "Using lawyers' ratings to vote for judges"

5/24/15: "Why progressives shouldn't support Bernie Sanders"

In this audio excerpt from the 5/11/15 episode of Black Agenda Radio, Georgia Green Party's Bruce Dixon argues that "Democrats in denial" who put time and money into Sanders' campaign will actually benefit the final, corporate-approved Democratic candidate. Length 5.5 minutes.

5 MIN2015 MAY 25
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5/24/15: "Why progressives shouldn't support Bernie Sanders"

5/11/15: "Researcher: government policy caused urban segregation"

In this interview from the 5/8/15 edition of CounterSpin, Economic Policy Institute researcher Richard Rothstein describes an origin of U.S. urban segregation: deliberate public policy for most of the 20th century to separate blacks from whites. Length 11.9 minutes.

11 MIN2015 MAY 16
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5/11/15: "Researcher: government policy caused urban segregation"

1/23/15: "Justice group reckons checkered records"

Interview with the Chicago Justice Project's Tracy Siska about "Convicted in Cook," an analysis of Cook County conviction data. Siska describes how his group overcame stonewalling, hostility, and messy data from the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court Dorothy Brown. Length 11.4 minutes.

11 MIN2015 JAN 23
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1/23/15: "Justice group reckons checkered records"

3/4/14: "A primer on the Trans-Pacific Partnership"

This excerpt from the 2/21/14 edition of Counterspin features Lori Wallach of Public Citizen. Wallach provides a sort of citizen's guide to the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership, and urges listeners to join in a "public Dracula strategy." Length 8.5 minutes.

8 MIN2014 MAR 4
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3/4/14: "A primer on the Trans-Pacific Partnership"

12/11/13: "Detroit financial mess manufactured, says expert"

In a December 7 2013 interview on WNUR-FM's "This Is Hell" radio program, a former Goldman Sachs investment banker said Detroit's financial crisis has been partially manufactured by financial institutions, and by their governmental and legal cohorts. Length 20 minutes.

20 MIN2013 DEC 12
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12/11/13: "Detroit financial mess manufactured, says expert"

12/2/13: "Panel discussion at Mayor 1% book launch"

Haymarket Books has released Mayor 1%, a book by Kari Lydersen. This is the audio of a panel discussion that took place at the book launch party on November 19, 2013. Length 1 hour, 34 minutes.

94 MIN2013 DEC 2
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12/2/13: "Panel discussion at Mayor 1% book launch"

Latest Episodes

Inside Chicago Government audio has moved

We've discontinued this podcast. Find our current audio feed at http://feeds.feedburner.com/mrradio-bj?format=xml

35 sAUG 20
Comments
Inside Chicago Government audio has moved

5/8/17: "Impact of CPS's new high school application"

In this audio excerpt from the 5/4/17 edition of Chicago Newsroom, Chicago education reporters Lauren FitzPatrick, Sarah Karp, and Becky Vevea talk with host Ken Davis about the workings and possible impact of Chicago Public Schools' new application process for high schools citywide. Length 5.7 minutes.

5 MIN2017 MAY 8
Comments
5/8/17: "Impact of CPS's new high school application"

11/28/16: "Discrimination expert: exit polls laced with bias, over-represent GOP"

In this audio excerpt, DePaul University College of Law professor Sumi Cho criticizes predominant exit-poll surveys, saying that they aren't designed to represent certain demographics. Cho spoke in the Nov. 11, 2016 Webinar, "Social Justice SOS: What Happened, What's Coming and Why We Must Join Together Against Hate." Length 4.3 minutes.

4 MIN2016 NOV 28
Comments
11/28/16: "Discrimination expert: exit polls laced with bias, over-represent GOP"

10/29/16: "Using lawyers' ratings to vote for judges"

In this audio interview, Dave Glowacz explains to a fellow voter how to choose Cook County judges by using bar association recommendations found at voteforjudges.org. Included: how to see your ballot in advance; how bar associations arrive at their recommendations; why it doesn't matter whether you vote for particular judges; and what do if you don't trust lawyers. Length 16.1 minutes.

16 MIN2016 NOV 3
Comments
10/29/16: "Using lawyers' ratings to vote for judges"

5/24/15: "Why progressives shouldn't support Bernie Sanders"

In this audio excerpt from the 5/11/15 episode of Black Agenda Radio, Georgia Green Party's Bruce Dixon argues that "Democrats in denial" who put time and money into Sanders' campaign will actually benefit the final, corporate-approved Democratic candidate. Length 5.5 minutes.

5 MIN2015 MAY 25
Comments
5/24/15: "Why progressives shouldn't support Bernie Sanders"

5/11/15: "Researcher: government policy caused urban segregation"

In this interview from the 5/8/15 edition of CounterSpin, Economic Policy Institute researcher Richard Rothstein describes an origin of U.S. urban segregation: deliberate public policy for most of the 20th century to separate blacks from whites. Length 11.9 minutes.

11 MIN2015 MAY 16
Comments
5/11/15: "Researcher: government policy caused urban segregation"

1/23/15: "Justice group reckons checkered records"

Interview with the Chicago Justice Project's Tracy Siska about "Convicted in Cook," an analysis of Cook County conviction data. Siska describes how his group overcame stonewalling, hostility, and messy data from the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court Dorothy Brown. Length 11.4 minutes.

11 MIN2015 JAN 23
Comments
1/23/15: "Justice group reckons checkered records"

3/4/14: "A primer on the Trans-Pacific Partnership"

This excerpt from the 2/21/14 edition of Counterspin features Lori Wallach of Public Citizen. Wallach provides a sort of citizen's guide to the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership, and urges listeners to join in a "public Dracula strategy." Length 8.5 minutes.

8 MIN2014 MAR 4
Comments
3/4/14: "A primer on the Trans-Pacific Partnership"

12/11/13: "Detroit financial mess manufactured, says expert"

In a December 7 2013 interview on WNUR-FM's "This Is Hell" radio program, a former Goldman Sachs investment banker said Detroit's financial crisis has been partially manufactured by financial institutions, and by their governmental and legal cohorts. Length 20 minutes.

20 MIN2013 DEC 12
Comments
12/11/13: "Detroit financial mess manufactured, says expert"

12/2/13: "Panel discussion at Mayor 1% book launch"

Haymarket Books has released Mayor 1%, a book by Kari Lydersen. This is the audio of a panel discussion that took place at the book launch party on November 19, 2013. Length 1 hour, 34 minutes.

94 MIN2013 DEC 2
Comments
12/2/13: "Panel discussion at Mayor 1% book launch"
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