Justin and his son join us on the show to talk about his work with radio in Chicago.
Floyd and Rhonda come on the show to talk about 2nd Amendment Rights
Sofia and Mary come on our show to talk about their advocacy work
47th Ward Alderman Ameya Pawar joins us on the show to talk about his platform for Illinois Governor.
Illinois Governor candidate Daniel Biss comes on the Heartland show to discuss how he got into politics, and his progressive platform. This was recorded on March 4th, 2017.
Tuyet from Asian Americans Advancing Justice talks to us about her work and the May Day March in Chicago.
David & Caleb join us at the Heartland to play some music, and talk about their experience with art in Pilsen.
The Barnetts come on the show to talk about their non-profit and upcoming fashion show!
Michael, Katy and Thom kick off the show at the Heartland! They discuss the People's Climate March, Thom's activism, and more.
Dave joins us at the Heartland Cafe to talk about about the People's Climate March and the March for Science.
Billy comes to the Heartland to talk about his work as the creative director of Second City.
Thom and Katy open up the show at the Heartland Cafe. Afterwards, seniors from Carolyn Hedger Senior Apartments join us to discuss the proposed developments in Rogers Park
David, a Chicago native, joins us on the show to talk about the history of Chicago's most famous jazz clubs.
Odette comes on the show to talk about her experience with being a journalist and immigration.
Michael, Katy and Thom discuss local happenings and news. Former Bulls player Craig Hodges also joins the show to talk about his new book.
Sophie and Amanda from Harmony, Hope and Healing join us on the show to tell us all about their work, and the significance of music therapy.
Tracy joins us on the show to introduce the upcoming women's march in Springfield, IL. She also discusses the importance of activism, and her involvement. The march will be held on April 25th, 2017.
Dr. S. Simmons of UIC comes on the show to discuss and teach gender issues. The discussion includes the importance of respecting identity, binaries, and modern perspectives on gender.
Michael and Katy discuss the "American marching season," upcoming local events, and politics.
Kelly Cassidy is a member of the Illinois House of Representatives. She was selected to represent the 14th district, on Chicago's North Side, in April 2011. She joins Michael and Katy to discuss Marijuana legalization in Illinois.