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Foggy view of chicago skyline over lake michigan

Dan O’Conor, the “Great Lake Jumper,” closes his eyes while floating on the water after his 363rd consecutive daily plunge into Lake Michigan, Thursday, June 10, 2021, in Chicago’s Montrose Point. (AP Photo/Shafkat Anowar)

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Women in Chicago radio call out industry’s toxic male culture

A recent investigation from the Chicago Tribune exposes some of the toxic treatment women in Chicago radio have experienced. Reset hears about the experiences of two women journalists in the industry.

GUESTS: Mary Dixon, Morning Edition anchor at WBEZ Chicago

Julie DiCaro, writer and editor at Deadspin

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