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Morning Shift: June 30, 2015

WBEZ Southside bureau reporter Natalie Moore checks in to share the story of how a stabbing in the southwest side neighborhood of Canaryville has prompted a discussion about race and how things have and haven't changed in the area. We talk with two law professors about their roles in deciding who gets a cut of the 5.5 million the city put aside as reparations for victims of police torture in the John Burge case, and if any potential victims are still out there. And the soulful sounds of singer/songwriter KaiL Baxley.

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