Parliamentary Elections In Cuba Poised To Maintain Status Quo, International Sex Trafficking Rings Operate In Chicago, And Milos Stehlik’s 2018 Oscars Recap
On today’s show:
This weekend, Cubans are expected to affirm nominees for the assembly that will elect Cuba’s first president outside of the revolutionary Castro family. To discuss, we’re joined by Alberto Coll, a professor of law at DePaul University.
Studies suggest that major points of entry, like Chicago, lead to high rates of sex trafficking. We discuss the issue of sex trafficking in Cook County with Kaethe Morris Hoffer, the executive director of the Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation (CAASE), and Dr. Charles Hounmenou, an assistant professor at the Jane Addams College of Social Work at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
WBEZ film contributor Milos Stehlik, director of Facets, joins us to recap and share his insights on the 2018 Academy Awards.