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Morning Shift: November 10, 2015

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There’s a good chance that if you’ve got a beef with a Chicago cop and report it to the department...the offending officer won’t be disciplined. That’s what a new database shows, and it’s something you can access. We take a look inside the “Citizens Police Data Project”and how it could make the department more accountable to the public. Plus world renowned rabbi Jonathan Sacks tackles the issue of violence carried out in the name of religion. And we’ve got another installment of our series My Life in Three Songs with a man who lives and breathes music: Sound Opinions co-host Jim DeRogatis. Plus the Reverend Jesse Jackson shares his thoughts on racial tensions, student protests and the power of a football team at the University of Missouri.

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