The roots of the women’s movement, or second wave feminism, may seem like a time left for the history books - women fighting to get equal footing in the workforce and striking back against the forces that aimed to keep them as second class citizens to their male peers. But some of the issues of that movement are still being fought almost five decades later.The documentary She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry talks to the women at the forefront and the film is having another run at Gene Siskel Film Center. We talk to the director Mary Dore.
Chicago food culture owes so much to the many immigrants and cultures that make up the city. ABC 7 food reporter Steve Dolinksy and Chicago historian Dominic Pacyga trace these paths with us as they prepare for The 606 for Rails to Tales: Immigrant Stories of The 606 on Tuesday. Also, we catch up with WBEZ’s Cheryl Raye Stout about Bulls, Hawks and baseball. And, we discuss Chicago Auto Show highlights.
On today's show Niala talks with author Eve Ensler about her new book and journey as a women's political activist. Then, Robert Frank discusses the lifestyles of the rich and famous and Kevin Adler and Charley Wickman cover the brand of the Bulls and how they are marketing the Derrick Rose return.