If you grew up in America in the latter half of the 20th century, Bill Cosby probably had some impact on your life. If you were a kid in the 60s, you may have watched him break racial barriers with a role on the hit TV series “I Spy” . If you were raised during 70s, you probably watched Fat Albert. And the 80s, if you were a kid, you almost certainly learned lessons about life from the Huxtable Family. Those TV shows … along with movies, comedy albums, and Jello Pudding Pop Commercials … left their imprint on generations of Americans. Bill Cosby is an American icon. At least, he WAS an American icon. Today on the Morning Shift: coming to terms with Bill Cosby’s legacy, following the comedian’s long, shocking fall from grace. Also on the show: the role of the early drum machine in Black music. But first, a Wheaton College’s move to fire a professor who said Muslims and Christians worship the same god.