Brazil's Ex-President Convicted Of Corruption And What Happened To Chicago's Koreatown?
On today's show:
- Brazil's ex-president was sentenced to nearly 10 years in prison for corruption on Wednesday. We talk with Ruth Needleman about how Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva’s conviction fits into the larger picture of Brazilian politics and society.
- Why have some of Chicago's ethnic enclaves vanished? Where do those community members go? We speak with WBEZ's Monica Eng, who investigated these questions in an article for Curious City.