Romantic violence book
RomanticViolence.com
February 28, 2017

Life After Hate; Sexual Harassment In The Sciences; Severe Weather & Tornadoes

On the 21st: We spoke with a former white supremacist about his efforts to help people leave hate groups. We also discussed the issue of sexual harassment in the workplace - with a focus on the sciences - and spoke with an atmospheric scientists about severe weather in the forecase and the impact of the late Bill Paxton on the meteorology community.


A.D. Carson
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February 25, 2017

Decatur Scholar Turns Rhymes Into Dope Dissertation

A.D. Carson grew up in Decatur, graduated from Millikin University, and earned a master's degree here at the University of Illinois Springfield. He’s now a Ph.D candidate at Clemson University, where recently he defended his dissertation -- a hip-hop project that’s gone viral.


The Chicago Bears play the Detroit Lions at Soldier Field in Chicago.
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February 23, 2017

Workers Compensation For Athletes; Heart Disease and Women’s Health; Natural Hair Bias

On the 21st: Why is the NFL paying attention to laws in Springfield? We talked about why a proposal in the Statehouse has attracted the attention of the NFL Players Association, and heard from an Illinois lawmaker and the head of the Illinois Manufacturers Association about what they would like to see happen with worker’s comp laws. And, heart disease is the leading cause of death among most American women. But are women paying attention? Plus, we talked about the issue of “hair bias” when it comes to natural hair worn by black women.


The Illinois Farm Bureau in Bloomington, Ill.
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February 21, 2017

Illinois Agricultural Economy; Mexican Social Club

On the 21st: With commodity prices low for corn, wheat, cattle and hogs, how are Illinois farmers faring? We checked in with farmers in various industries and also spoke with a member of the Cuitzillo social club in East Aurora to hear her thoughts on the first few weeks of President Trump in the White House.


child with violin
Flickr/dominique cappronnier
February 16, 2017

Kids & Music Classes; Lack of Volunteer Firefighters In Illinois; Budget Address Follow-Up

On the 21st: We visit a music class at Leal elementary school and learn about a new research study exploring the factors that influence children's pursuit of music lessons. We also discussed how the lack of volunteers enlisting in local fire departments in recent years is affecting communities in Illinois, and checked in with social service agencies following Governor Rauner's budget address.


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