Where to watch
Where to Watch
Community activist Rev. Robin Hood is pressuring local law enforcement officials to solve the cold-case murders of over 50 black women on Chicago's south and west sides
Melissa Conyears-Ervin is the new Chicago City Treasurer and is the custodian and manager of all cash and investments for the City of Chicago, the four City employee pension funds, and the Chicago Teacher’s Pension Fund.
Lumpen Radio 105.5FM talk show host Mario Smith stops by for an update and analysis of news and current events around Chicagoland
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Chris Tia Donaldson shares her tale of fighting breast cancer while struggling to build a multi-million dollar brand
Darnell Leatherwood, co-founder of BLACK BOYS SHINE!, has dedicated himself to public service and the uplifting of self-esteem for black boys and men.
As Executive Director of the West Town Chamber of Commerce, Kara Salgado is responsible for planning and executing the premier neighborhood festivals in the city of Chicago
Tio Hardiman, Executive Director for Violence Interrupters Inc. and former Democratic candidate for Illinois Governor, has dedicated his life and career to community organizing for peace and social change
Progressive attorney Daniel Epstein is bringing a message of procedural ethics reform and technological innovation as he campaigns for a seat as Justice of Illinois Supreme Court
As founder of Blacks In Green, Naomi Davis continues to be leader in the future of public policy, urban redevelopment and sustainable community technology
Cultural Anthropologist and comic book guru, Dr. Stanford Carpenter gives us an insider's re-cap of the historic 50th Anniversary of San Diego ComiCon
Master Canine Behavior Specialist Toriano Sanzone is here to teach Dog Owners how to be proper "Wolfkeepers"
From poetry and music to visual art and publishing, Avery R. Young is one of this generation's most dynamic and inspiring creative forces
Jon Hansen from The Jam and Now.Chicago stops by to discuss Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s first month in office, Chicago Pride Week 2019 and big changes coming to The U.
Mario Smith, the honorary “Mayor Of Hyde Park”, returns to discuss current events including Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s latest moves, the Silver Room Block Party and the symbolism of the Double Door sign coming down in Wicker Park
As we head into summer break, George highlights show segments featuring several groundbreaking, dynamic and powerful women who have been guests over recent months
Maze Jackson returns to provide critical analysis of the recent election of Lori Lightfoot as Chicago’s new Mayor.
Civil Rights attorney Tanya Woods discusses how the Westside Justice Center is working to bring free legal counsel and resources to communities most in need.
David Kolata discusses consumer protection and how the Citizens Utility Board works to protect, inform and empower utility customers in the Chicagoland area.
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