Canada-U.S. Tensions Rise as Ontario Votes and Quebec Hosts G-7, Roland Vranik’s ‘The Citizen’ at 2018 African Diaspora International Film Festival in Chicago, Yo Yo Ma Performs at Chicago’s South Side St. Sabina’s For Gun Violence Awareness, And The Legacy of Anthony Bourdain | WBEZ
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Canada-U.S. Tensions Rise as Ontario Votes and Quebec Hosts G-7, Roland Vranik's 'The Citizen' at 2018 African Diaspora International Film Festival in Chicago, Yo Yo Ma Performs at Chicago’s South Side St. Sabina's For Gun Violence Awareness, And The Legacy of Anthony Bourdain

On today’s show:

  • In a tense phone call this week, Trump accused Canada of burning down the White House during the war of 1812. To discuss local and international populism with Canada, we’re joined by journalist Jesse Brown, host of the Canadaland podcast.
  • We’ll talk with Hungarian filmmaker Roland Vranik whose film, The Citizen, will screen at the 2018 African Diaspora International Film Festival in Chicago.
  • Cello legend Yo Yo Ma performs Sunday, June 10 at St. Sabina’s Catholic Church on Chicago’s South Side in support of Purpose Over Pain, “a parent advocacy group which works for stricter gun control legislation.”
  • Louisa Chu, Chicago Tribune Food and Dining Reporter, chef, and previous location scout for No Reservations, joins us to discuss Anthony Bourdain’s legacy.

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