On this episode of the Morning Shift:
- WBEZ’s Jennifer White checks in with listeners about the CTA rider arrested for jamming the cell phone signals of fellow passengers and asks: Do you think CTA trains should have “quiet cars”?
- Author and activist Shaka Senghor discusses his new memoir Writing My Wrongs: Life, Death and Redemption in an American Prison where he explains what he learned during his 19 years behind bars for murder.
- We take a look inside the selection process for party delegates in Illinois with a representative from an app that helps voters prepare to head into the ballot box.
- The co-hosts of the food podcast Chewing discuss why Americans are addicted to wasting food and what we can do to stop it.