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The 21st—Wednesday, February 05, 2020
As more of us turn to streaming platforms to enjoy our favorite shows, it's also where advertisers have shifted their attention. We heard how the industry is using targeted advertising to get your attention.
Illinois Teachers Strike; Radioactivity’s Impact On The Landscape Art Exhibit; Flu Shot Season; Giant Pumpkins
The Chicago Teachers’ Union is on strike, and classes are canceled today. But they’re not the only teachers walking off the job in Illinois. We check in with other teachers who are striking across the state. Plus, a new art exhibit in Urbana explores the invisible ways that radioactivity and nuclear waste affects all of our lives. And, Illinois produces more pumpkins than any other state. Now that fall is here, we’ll speak with two Illinois farmers about this year's pumpkin crop.
Kenya’s Ambassador Visits Krannert Art Museum To Open Exhibit
The Kenyan Ambassador to the United States hopes an exhibit at the University of Illinois' Krannert Art Museum draws people from both countries together.
U of I Forum on Black Student Protests Draws Hundreds
The university's Department of African-American Studies was the main sponsor of the forum focused on the black Lives Matter Movement and Black student protest on campus, in Champaign-Urbana and beyond.