Mike and Fred Klonsky planned to have our good friend Prexy Nesbitt on this weeks show. But weather in New York and at La Guardia had a different plan. We did have a call-in from 45th Ward Chicago Alderman John Arena who has been waging a good fight to build affordable housing in a neighborhood on Chicago's north west side that desperately needs it. Chicago's long ugly history of segregated housing was re-ignited. We get into it, joined by our producer Jamie Trecker on what's behind it all. After the break we get into it about our fave topic: schools, choice, vouchers, funding and Betsy De Vos.
This episode Mike and Fred Klonsky are joined by our guest Jerry Harris, national secretary of the Global Studies Association.
Mike and Fred Klonsky are joined on this episode by Susan Klonsky who co-authored Professor Timuel Black's memoir, Sacred Ground. The Great Migration. Black Chicago. World War II. The liberation of Buchenwald. Trump. Bannon. Watergate. Martin Luther King. The March on Washington. Duke Ellington. Lu Palmer. Harold Washington. A. Phillip Randolph. SNCC.
Fred Klonsky is preparing to ride a bike through five NY boroughs. But Mike Klonsky is joined this with by co-host Harish Patel. Also Alderman Scott Waguespack and political strategist Anne Emerson. Trump. Rahm. Progressive election politics. Schools. Immigrant rights. Nursing Care workers strike. SEIU organizer Larry Alcoff.