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Today we have an exclusive conversation with UIC professor and former alderman Dick Simpson about his latest analysis of City Council voting patterns. Then, disibility activist Mike Ervin unearths a newspaper clipping from a court decision on Martin Luther King Day in 1988. We also share a variety of recollections from Dr King's historic visits to the Chicago area. Local activists will join us in studio to discuss Dr. King's influence after a trip to a predominantly white suburb. And we bring back a conversation with former Southern Christian Leadership Conference national treasurer Cirillo McSween.Plus, our dueling critics review the latest on stage. Then, we find out how area preachers are adjusting this Sunday's services to accommodate Bears' fans.

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