The 21st Show - June 11, 2020

The 21st—Thursday, June 11, 2020

On today's 21st is Illinois really ready to enter phase 4 at the end of the month, how should we talk to younger generations about race and restaurant owners are finding out that third-party delivery services might be bad for business.

The 21st Show - June 11, 2020

Delivering Disappointment

Many of us have turned to food delivery services in the COVID-19 pandemic. But two of the most popular services have faced harsh criticism recently. Two experts joined The 21st to talk about the ongoing struggles that drivers and clients of these companies face.

The 21st Show - June 11, 2020

How to Talk to Your Child About Race

Dr. Cynthia Langtiw, professor of clinical psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, joins The 21st to talk about how to talk to children about race and modeling navigating uncomfortable situations as parents.  

The 21st Show - June 11, 2020

Math Shows The Pandemic Is Far From Over

A professor of mathematics at Illinois State University joins The 21st to speak about how this pandemic is different than other viruses from a mathematical perspective and offers a caution about the reopening of states.

The 21st Show - June 10, 2020

The 21st—Wednesday, June 10, 2020

On today's 21st, a conversation with State Senator Elgie Sims, we talk about how the Department of Corrections is handling COVID-19 and we gather some advice to the class of 2020 from around Illinois.

The 21st Show - June 10, 2020

Messages To 2020 Graduates

To celebrate 2020 graduates, we’ve compiled a few graduation messages from virtual ceremonies around Illinois.

Bureau of Land Management Oregon and Washington

The 21st Show - June 10, 2020

Are Illinois Prisoners Receiving Enough COVID-19 Protection?

A survey of Illinois prisoners in the Department of Corrections indicates that almost half of the inmates have not received access to cleaning materials from IDOC to sanitize their cells from COVID-19. Meanwhile, a group of educators donated tens of thousands of dollars worth of hand sanitizer and soap to IDOC help inmates protect themselves from the coronavirus. But some inmates and their loved ones say prisoners have yet to benefit from this donation. 

The 21st Show - June 09, 2020

The 21st—Tuesday, June 9, 2020

On today's 21st, we talk about how sewers can help predict future COVID-19 outbreaks, how to safely film and interact with police during protests and the role reading plays in understanding race.

The 21st Show - June 09, 2020

How To Film Police Misconduct Safely & Ethically

What are your rights when it comes to recording police? And how do you do it safely, and ethically?  The 21st talked with a non-profit organization that supports the use of video and technology to protect and defend human rights. 

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