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Eight Forty-Eight

Eight Forty-Eight 7.28.11

Eight Forty-Eight speaks with DePaul University political science professor, Anna Law, measures to limit local participation in federal immigration enforcement. Then writer Karolina Stepek Faraci talks about her own emmigration from Poland to the United States.  And Dan Bobkoff reports for Changing Gears on two Ohio company towns that are taking different approaches to their local economies. Shawn Rosenblatt, the man behind the band Netherfriends, joins the show to perform and talk about his new album, Barry and Sherry. And the father of slam poetry, Marc Smith, talks about how the form emerged as it celebrates its 25th birthday this year.


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