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Then Dorothy Brown, Associate Vice Provost & Professor of Law at Emory University joins in the conversation to discuss home ownership and why she thinks it’s helping maintain the economic divide between white and blacks.
Joffrey Othello: The Joffrey Ballet’s interpretation of Shakespeare’s Othello opened yesterday. We’ll be joined by Oscar Award-winning composer Elliot Goldenthal, and Scott Speck, Joffrey’s music director & conductor. The two join us to talk about how music and dance fit together, the importances of live music for dance, and about how Goldenthal and the Joffrey collaborated for this production.
Kaufman and Coffman: The Bulls are going in to their playoff game tonight against the Nets fresh off a win, but does anyone care? Do you still have love for the Bulls, and if not, where did it go? Call 312-9239-9239 or tweet us with #AfternoonShift.
Employment Health Care:We know healthcare is a huge issue in the U-S-- how to pay for it, who can’t afford it, who should provide it. President Obama’s Affordable Care Act was a federal attempt to improve the system, but the act itself is massive and has significant implications, both federally and locally. We talk with Donna Thompson, COO of ACCESS Community Health Network, an organization that works to provide carein more than 40 community health center locations throughout Chicago and the surrounding suburbs. If you have questions about the Affordable Care Act, call 312-923-9239 or tweet us with #AfternoonShift.