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This allows for us to hear and consider the important change makers in Illinois. It starts here

Direct and insightful

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Thoughtful and Important

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This allows for us to hear and consider the important change makers in Illinois. It starts here

Direct and insightful

By TheGreatOdin - May 30 2017
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Looking forward to the next episode
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Indivisible Chicago Podcast

Latest release on May 24, 2020

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Rank #1: 72 Jane Collective member Martha Scott / Mia Sato, Better Government Association

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES AND ACTIONS FOR OCTOBER 1, 2018

Opening: Three thoughts about the two acts of the Kavanaugh hearing.

Segment 1: The Jane Collective was a group of Chicago activists in the late 60’s and early 70’s that took the problem of illegal abortion into their own hands. Martha Scott was there and comes on the podcast to tell the story. We referred to a photo from 1972, which you can see here: https://n.pr/2NaumfJ.

Segment 2: Mia Sato is Engagement Editor for the Better Government Association. The organization has just released Illinois Votes, www.ilvotes.org, to help voters research candidates, find their polling places, and prepare to vote. Mia joins the ICP to tell us all about it.

Find out more about the BLUE WAVE RAVE and register at http://bit.ly/2MWxOiS. While this is may be the most important election of our lifetimes, we can still have a good time reclaiming our state and country.

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Oct 01 2018

56mins

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Rank #2: 69 Lori Lightfoot, Chicago mayoral candidate / Marj Halperin / Second City’s TJ Shanoff

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES AND ACTIONS FOR SEPTEMBER 10, 2018
Segment 1: Tom talked to mayoral candidate Lori Lightfoot at the end of a week that began with the departure of the current mayor from the race. Lightfoot has a lot to say about Emanuel’s performance over the past eight years, and how she would manage the city as mayor. IC is not currently endorsing in this race.

Segment 2: Indivisible Chicago executive committee member Marj Halperin and Second City’s TJ Shanoff join the podcast to talk about the Blue Wave Rave coming up on October 3 at the Athenaeum Theater. Find out more and register at http://bit.ly/2MWxOiS. While this is may be the most important election of our lifetimes, we can still have a good time reclaiming our state and country.

Sign up for Yes, We Canvas! training here: http://bit.ly/2MZhIoQ
--Wednesday September 26, 5:30-7:30 PM at the Hideout, 1354 W. Wabansia.

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Sep 09 2018

58mins

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Rank #3: 116 Jeremy Rosen, Shriver Center on Poverty Law

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES AND ACTIONS FOR MONDAY, AUGUST 19, 2019

Opening: When it comes to social mobility, a lot depends on where you were born. A recent study looks at where children grow up and their likelihood to change their economic status. Learn more at https://opportunityinsights.org/neighborhoods/

Interview: This week, Jeremy Rosen, director of economic justice for the Shriver Center on Poverty Law, joins the podcast to talk about the ongoing war on poverty in the face of the current administration’s war on the poor. Learn more about the Shriver Center here: www.povertylaw.org/

Aug 18 2019

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Rank #4: 147 Marie Newman / ICA’s Kathy Tholin and Jessica Droeger on taking activism indoors

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES FOR MONDAY, MARCH 23, 2020

_1. PEW Research points to how Republicans and Democrats are experiencing leadership around COVID-19. Are skeptical Republicans more at risk? The study Tom refers to is here: pewrsr.ch/2QDkwHN

_1. Marie Newman was Indivisible Chicago’s first-ever endorsement. On Tuesday, she prevailed in the primary, and she will be the Democratic candidate for Congress from Illinois 3, ending the reign of the Lipinski family. Marie joins the podcast this week to reflect on the race, the impact of COVID-19, and what lies ahead.

_2. Indivisible Chicago leaders Kathy Tholin and Jessica Droeger come on to explain all that is still underway in the world of grassroots activism even at a socially safe distance. Learn more at indivisiblechicago.com. Jessica also mentioned Open Progress [openprogress.com] and Indivisitext [https://indivisible.org/payback-project-p2p].

Mar 23 2020

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Rank #5: 136 Marie Newman for Congress in Illinois 3

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES FOR MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 2020

-1. First up, leadership from the Coalition for Change Illinois 3 -- Abby McEntee, Jeanette Quirk, and Ray Valek -- about what’s at stake in this election.

-2. The Indivisible Chicago Alliance made its first ever endorsement this year when we went all in with Marie Newman in her rematch with Dan Lipinski. Marie is a true blue progressive Democrat taking on an entrenched incumbent in the Democratic primary on March 17, just ten weeks away. In this, the first podcast of the new year, she joins to talk about how she plans to prevail. Recorded live on Saturday January 4th at the Indivisible Chicago Canvassing Kickoff at Zoe’s Patio in Garfield Park.

Jan 06 2020

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Rank #6: 104 Jill Wine-Banks on the case for impeachment / Brighton Park activist Diego Garcia

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES AND ACTIONS FOR MONDAY, MAY 27, 2019

Opening: What did the conclusion of Game of Thrones tell us about how the government works?

Segment 1: Should the House move to impeach Trump? What is executive privilege, anyway? And even though there’s a jail in the Capitol building, it may not be big enough. Jill Wine-Banks is an MSNBC commentator, a legal expert, and a former Watergate prosecutor. She joins the podcast to help sort it all out. Find her recent article in justsecurity.org here:
bit.ly/ICP_BalanceHasShifted

Segment 2: If you’re starting to lose faith, remember there are people out there like Diego Garcia. He’s working hard to make life better in the Brighton Park neighborhood. He’s committed, connected, and is 17 years old.

May 26 2019

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Rank #7: 99 Ra Joy on the Lightfoot Transition; Indivisible Chicago’s Jeff Radue

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES FOR APRIL 22, 2019

Opening: As a cathedral burns, metaphors abound. How can rebuilding Notre Dame help us think about rebuilding our democracy?

Segment: Ra Joy is this week’s guest. Has was Chris Kennedy’s running mate in last year’s gubernatorial primary. He’s an artist, an organizer, and now, on Lori Lightfoot’s transition team. We talk politics, policy, and the intense challenges that await the mayor-elect on Mary 20th. Got an idea? Check out the transition website at bettertogetherchicago.com.

Segment: Indivisible Chicago’s Jeff Radue returns to the ICP for an update on SB145, the bill that would require presidential and vice presidential candidates to release their tax returns in order to be on the Illinois Primary ballot.

Apr 22 2019

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Rank #8: 97 Daniel Biss, exec dir of Rust Belt Rising

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES AND ACTIONS FOR MONDAY, APRIL 8, 2019

Opening: Joe Biden is a man out of time.

Interview: Once manufacturing drove the economies of small and mid-size towns in the states that ring the Great Lakes. Those jobs dried up, and the Steel Belt turned to rust. This week, former state Senator Daniel Biss, now executive director of Rust Belt Rising, joins to discuss politics and economy in the Rust Belt. More information about Rust Belt Rising is at rustbeltrising.com. Follow @rbrtraining. And check out Daniel’s new podcast, IL Informed from State Matters. Find it wherever you find your podcasts. [ bit.ly/ICP_ILINFORMED ]

Apr 07 2019

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Rank #9: 84 Best of Tom’s Essays

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES FOR JANUARY 7, 2019

This week, a special episode! Each week, Tom opens the show with a short essay--a reflection on the week’s news, some historical context for the week’s main interview, or whatever. ICP producer and former co-host returns to host this week to share some of his favorite essays, including Tom’s evening watching the midterm returns at Little Fort bar, reclaiming the American flag from the right, and the history of fake news.

Jan 08 2019

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Rank #10: 126 Robert Emmons Jr. / Mary Catherine Hanafee LaPlante

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES AND ACTIONS FOR MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2019

_1. As Indivisible Chicago prepares for a mass demonstration to greet the current president when he comes to town, we notice that mass demonstrations are taking hold all across the world. But — beyond making us feel part of a community — do large presentations have any effect? The answer may surprise you.

_2. Robert Emmons Junior is a social innovator, nonprofit leader, and gun violence-prevention advocate. He’s also in an uphill race for Congress against an entrenched Democratic incumbent. While IC is not endorsing in this race, this week, Emmons joins the podcast to talk about why he thinks he’s the better choice. Learn more at www.robertemmons.org.

_3. Mary Catherine Hanafee LaPlante, a high school junior who was the lead organizer for last week’s Period Rally. Learn more about the Menstrual Movement at www.period.org.

Oct 27 2019

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Rank #11: 96 Senator Tammy Duckworth / Robert Emmons, Jr. / Swing Left’s Anu Sarda

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES FOR APRIL 1, 2019

Opening: Mueller will not save us, so we must save ourselves. Tom talks with Anu Sarda from Swing Left about what’s next.

Segment 1: In March of 2003, the US invaded Iraq with a display of overwhelming shock and awe. Sixteen years later, the war grinds on both in Iraq and Afghanistan. Senator Tammy Duckworth joins the podcast to talk about equipping the US military for the 21st century battles it must fight.

Segment 2: Robert Emmons, Jr. is an anti-gun violence activist and a candidate for Congress. What have we learned in the year since March for our Lives? Find out more at www.robertemmons.org/.

Mar 31 2019

47mins

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Rank #12: 113 Kina Collins, candidate for Congress / Mike Lenehan

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES AND ACTIONS FOR MONDAY, JULY 29, 2019.

Opening: History may be kind to Mueller, but after his performance on Wednesday, the pundits have not been. When it comes to removing the current president from office, what’s next?

Segment 1: Kina Collins is an activist working to end gun violence, a healthcare advocate, and now she’s running for Congress in Illinois 7. She joins to talk about the vitality of that district as well as the challenges it faces. While IC makes no endorsement, more info about Kina and her campaign may be found at kinaforcongress.com.

Segment 2: Mike Lenehan is a leader of the Blue Beginning chapter of the Indivisible Chicago Alliance. He joins to discuss efforts to support out our neighbors to the north in 2020. More info about those activities may be found at bluebeginning.org.

Jul 28 2019

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Rank #13: 130 Ken Thomas, State Senate Candidate / Jessica Droeger

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES AND ACTIONS FOR MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2019

_1. Jessica Droeger joins to talk about how to stay grounded when so much chaos continues to swirl around us. Tom suggest a radical idea—“radical kindness.” Jessica refers to openprogress.com. The Tom Junod Esquire article Tom mentions is available at bit.ly/ICP_Junod.

_2. Ken Thomas is a young lawyer who is running for State Senate in the 13th District — the seat once held by Kwame Raoul and Barack Obama. This week, he joins the ICP to talk about not just taking on an incumbent, but also eviction court, affordable housing, and the criminal justice system. While the Indivisible Chicago Alliance is not endorsing in this race, more information about Ken’s campaign can be found at kenthomas.org.

Nov 24 2019

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Rank #14: 117 Congressman Chuy Garcia

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES AND ACTIONS FOR MONDAY, AUGUST 26, 2019

Opening: What do Hong Kong, Kashmir, El Paso and the someday-state of New South Illinois have in common? Tom thinks about borders and ambiguity after reading Joshua Keating’s Slate article, "The Grim Worldview Behind Trump’s Anti-Immigrant Push, the Hong Kong Protests, and the Kashmir Crisis." Find it here http://bit.ly/31ZHJHy.

Segment: This week, a conversation about the current president’s cruel immigration policy, the horror of gun violence, and how the two collided tragically recently in El Paso, a town that holds special meaning to this week’s guest, Congressman Chuy Garcia. Tom and the Congressman talk about immigration, sensible gun policy, how the honeymoon may be over for Mayor Lightfoot, the state of the 2020 presidential race, and more.

Aug 26 2019

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Rank #15: 102 B. and Peg Fram on the military trans ban / IC’s Denise Poloyac

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES FOR MONDAY, MAY 13, 2019

Opening: "Executive privilege" is useful when it allows for free and open dialogue about ideas. It’s dangerous as a get-out-of-jail-free card. Which way does the current president lean?

Segment 1: Air Force LTC B. Fram has served sixteen years in the military, is literally a rocket scientist, and is also openly trans. B. is the communications director for SPAR*TA, an organization that supports transgender service members, and today, we hear from B. and from B’s wife Peg about coming out and what a future featuring a transgender ban would be like. Learn more at https://spartapride.org/.

Segment 2: Indivisible Chicago Exec Board member Denise Poloyac on how we’re getting ready for 2020. If you’re interested in getting involved in the activities discussed, email Denise at info@indivisiblechicago.com.

May 13 2019

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Rank #16: 112 Congressman Mike Quigley

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES AND ACTIONS FOR MONDAY, JULY 22 2019

Opening: A new study suggests that America is becoming a less welcoming place to people from other countries. But it depends who you ask. Find that study here: pewrsr.ch/ICP_OTHERS. Also, we can probably degree that the current president is a tyrant. But what kind of tyrant is he? Friend of the podcast and IC Exec Committee member Jessica Droeger joins to help sort it out.

Interview: Congressman Mike Quigley represents Illinois 5 and is a member of the House Intelligence Committee. Just a few days before Mueller testifies to that committee, the Congressman sat down with Tom to talk about preparations, about the specter of impeachment, and about the business of protecting our Democracy.

Jul 21 2019

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Rank #17: 110 IC Roving Activists Denise Poloyac and Steve Held / Special Guest — Tom’s Mom

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES FOR JULY 8, 2019

Opening: A few words about the current president’s troublesome relationship with history. Plus, how the Grand Old Party has appropriated the Grand Old Flag. We should take it back.

Segment 1: This week, Tom checks in with Indivisible Chicago’s roving band of activists. Denise Poloyac and Steve Held are members of our executive committee, and part of the team that shone a light on Democracy the evening of July 3rd. See more here: https://www.indivisiblechicago.com/light-mischief

Segment 2: History starts at home. Tom sits down with his fiercest guest yet--his mother--to talk about a childhood growing up in a small town during the Depression, taking on the Army, and what has happened to the Republican Party.

Jul 07 2019

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Rank #18: 128 Leah Greenberg and Ezra Levin from Indivisible National

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES AND ACTIONS FOR MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2019

_1. What do we talk about when we talk about “electability?” The research study cited can be found here: bit.ly/ICP_Avalanche.

_2. On Thanksgiving Day in 2016, at a holiday gathering in Austin, Texas, Indivisible was born. Three years later, an Indivisible organization exists in every congressional district in America. This week, founders Leah Greenberg and Ezra Levin join the podcast to discuss the evolution of Indivisible, some of the lessons learned over the past three years, and what’s happening to ensure electoral reform — all of which is recounted in their new book, We are Indivisible.

Nov 10 2019

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Rank #19: 135 A look back on 2019 with members of the Indivisible Chicago Alliance leadership

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES AND ACTIONS FOR MONDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2019

On this week’s podcast, a look back on the year that was with a very special roundtable of guests. Joining this week are Darcey Regan; Executive Director of Indivisible Chicago, and fellow board members Chad Fitzgerald and Denise Poloyac.

Winning in 2020 will take all we’ve got. If you believe in democracy, now is the time to get involved. Text “BLUE” to 66866 to learn how.

Dec 29 2019

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Rank #20: 132 Supreme Court candidate Daniel Epstein / WI Swing Left’s Jared Launius

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES AND ACTIONS FOR MONDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2019

_1. Some scary polling over the past couple of weeks. How nervous should we be? Jared Launius is field director for Swing Left Wisconsin and Illinois and has some excellent advice. Find out more about how you can get involved at bit.ly/ICP_3states. Also, more about Vote Forward at votefwd.org.

_2. Daniel Epstein is young, an outspoken Progressive, and a candidate for the Illinois Supreme Court. This week, Daniel comes on the podcast to talk about the campaign and to give me a lesson on how the courts operate in Illinois. For starters, did you know Supreme Court justices were elected? While IC is not endorsing in this race, more info about Daniel’s campaign can be found at epsteinforsupremecourt.com.

Dec 08 2019

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