Several organizations are trying to battle the spread of HIV/AIDS in Kenya through sex education. We talk to two of them on the show today. Also, Nelson Denis, author of the book "War Against All Puerto Ricans" joins us on the show to share his findings about the United States' relations with the island. Finally, historian John Schmidt talks about the first moderns Olympics.
We get a post-Sochi games wrap-up from Chicago Tribune reporter Stacy St. Clair. Also, what's the future of drug policy? And, we talk with the director of a new film that looks at the battle over gay rights within the black community.
Dr. Tim Lightfoot explains how some of us are genetically predisposed to skip a workout. Writer and urbanist Richard Florida breaks down the states in terms of physical fitness. And, Otaak Band puts a Sudanese spin on belting the blues.
If you have more than 3,000 hours to spare in the next two weeks or so, there will be plenty of sports to choose from – but it may be a challenge to figure out what events are playing when and how to prioritize. Here are some suggestions.
Olympics is still a bit of a dirty word in Chicago—many still feel the sting of a failed bid to host the 2016 games. But, it turns out, the Olympics’ taint, especially as it relates to its governing body, the International Olympic Committee, reeks ‘round the world.