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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

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Looking forward to the next episode

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38 Ratings
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36
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Thoughtful and Important

By Bucky from Chicago - Jan 25 2018
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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

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Rank #1: 103 María Urbina, Indivisible Political Director / Julie Lynn from Planned Parenthood Illinois

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Episode 103: María Urbina, Indivisible National Political Director / Julie Lynn from Planned Parenthood Illinois

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES AND ACTIONS FOR MONDAY, MAY 20, 2019

Opening: We’re hearing the drumbeat of war. It’s a bit like the days before the 2003 invasion of Iraq, and a bit more like the movie Wag the Dog. Is there any reason to think things may go differently this time?

Segment 1: As red states pass laws aimed at challenging Roe, organizations are taking action. Julie Lynn from Planned Parenthood of Illinois joins the podcast to talk about the Reproductive Health Act, which remains stalled in the state legislature. Find out how to help uninstall it at passrha.com. Also, join the emergency rally at Federal Plaza on Monday, 5/20, 5pm.

Segment 2: Are there too many candidates for president? Should they focus on the Rust Belt or all 50 states? Should they move more to the left or to the center? Indivisible National Political Director MarÍa Urbina joins the podcast for a bit of myth-busting about 2020. Learn more at https://indivisible.org/blog/primary-2020-how-we-engage-win.
May 19 2019
48 mins
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Rank #2: 90 Conversations with Lori Lightfoot and Amara Enyia

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES FOR MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2019

On Wednesday, February 13, Indivisible Chicago hosted Conversations with Chicago mayoral candidates Lori Lightfoot and Amara Enyia. A few hundred voters filled the Second Presbyterian Church on South Michigan where Tom and Marj Halperin co-moderated the event.

While Indivisible Chicago is not making an endorsement in this race, we saw this as an opportunity to get the word out about a couple of candidates who address our Progressive Principles, but who haven’t had the resources to saturate the media markets with their messages.

This week, the ICP presents those conversations in their entirety.
Feb 16 2019
1 hour 38 mins
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Rank #3: 78 Mental health in the Age of Trump with Allan Scholom, PhD

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES FOR NOVEMBER 12, 2018

Opening: Another rollercoaster week. Democrats up, Sessions down. And no one knows what happens next.

This week’s interview: What’s at the root of the urge among some toward a demagogue? What happens when America begins to confront the illusion of the American Dream? And where do we go from here? Allan Scholom is a psychotherapist who has thought and written extensively on the connection of politics to psychoanalysis, and he joins the podcast this week to discuss mental health in the age of Trump.
Nov 12 2018
46 mins
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Rank #4: 95 Lauren Underwood and Indivisible Chicago’s Erika Bachner

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95 Lauren Underwood and Indivisible Chicago’s Erika Bachner

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES FOR MONDAY, MARCH 25, 2019

Opening: One thing is for certain: the future is coming. Tom discusses a recent Pew Research Center study that asked Americans what they think life will be like in 2050. It isn’t rosy. [pewrsr.ch/ICP_095]

Segment 1: The freshman class of this congress is the most racially diverse and most female group ever elected, and this week’s guest, Congresswoman Lauren Underwood, is among that group. She discusses her questioning of Homeland Security Secretary Nielsen, the character of the 14th district, and even the dangers of vaping.

Segment 2: Erika Bachner is a co-founder of the Indivisible Chicago Alliance, co-founder of Indivisible Oak Park Area, and is now a candidate for the River Forest Village Board.
Mar 24 2019
46 mins
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Rank #5: 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
46 mins
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Rank #6: 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
47 mins
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Rank #7: 101 Ed Yohnka from ACLU of Illinois / Jennifer Lee from Think Big Illinois

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES FOR MONDAY, MAY 6, 2019

Opening: To impeach or not to impeach? Is there any lesson in the very first time a US president was impeached? Also, Tom marks the passing of a great writer, teacher, and friend. Read one of Lee K. Abbott's stories here: bit.ly/ICP_LKA.

Segment 1: Roe v. Wade has been the law of the land for the past 46 years—long enough to make it feel like settled law. The ascension of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court changed all of that, and now, Roe is anything but secure. ACLU Illinois is working to ensure that abortion remains safe and legal, and this week, Tom talks about those efforts with Ed Yohnka, Director of Communication and Public Policy for ACLU of Illinois. More here: https://www.aclu-il.org/

Segment 2: Jennifer Lee from Think Big Illinois joins to talk about where things stand with the Fair Tax.
May 04 2019
47 mins
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Rank #8: 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
47 mins
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Rank #9: 88 Obama Presidential Center controversy with Jackson Park Watch co-president Margaret Schmid

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES FOR FEBRUARY 4, 2019

Opening: What has Tom missed while he’s been away for a few weeks? Also, meet New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, and learn about the “controversy” that rocked her in January.

Interview:: Considering our current situation, many of us get a warm glow remembering the Obama years. Which makes the Obama Foundation's ham-fisted move to put the Obama Presidential Center in Jackson Park, with little public input, so frustrating for the Center’s potential neighbors. Jackson Park Watch co-president Margaret Schmid joins the podcast this week to discuss the situation. Learn more at jacksonparkwatch.org and protectourparks.org
Feb 03 2019
37 mins
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Rank #10: 80 Reclaiming State Legislatures with Flippable CEO Catherine Vaughan / Mary Edly-Allen

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Episode 80: Reclaiming State Legislatures with Flippable CEO Catherine Vaughan and State Rep-elect Mary Edly-Allen

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES AND ACTIONS FOR DECEMBER 3, 2018

Opening: Article V of the US Constitution stipulates how the constitution gets changed. One way is via a convention called by two thirds of the states. How close were we to having a Republican controlled constitutional convention?

Segment: Catherine Vaughan is CEO and co-founder of Flippable.org and joins the ICP to talk about the state of the states. Many of those that were flippable—flipped!

Segment: A few weeks ago, state representative candidate Mary Edly-Allen came on the podcast to discuss her campaign against a Trumpish opponent. This week, she returns as state representative-elect with a story about how every vote counts.
Dec 02 2018
37 mins
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Rank #11: 77 Rep. Ann Williams looks forward to the next legislative session

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES AND ACTIONS FOR MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2018

Opening: Whatever happens on November 6, 2018, our work is only beginning.

Segment 1: During the past legislative session, State Representative Ann Williams sponsored the house bill that would have given Illinois some net neutrality protection in the face of the FCC’s deregulation of the internet. The bill is currently stuck in limbo, but is set to return to center stage under a more reasonable administration. This week, Representative Williams joins to talk about this bill, about the future of Interstate Crosscheck, and what we might expect in the coming legislative session.
Nov 04 2018
27 mins
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Rank #12: 81 Where we go from here with Indivisible co-founder Ezra Levin

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES AND ACTIONS FOR DECEMBER 10, 2018

This week, Ezra Levin, co-author of that original guide and co-founder and co-executive director of Indivisible National joins the Indivisible Chicago Podcast to talk about going on offense starting on January 3. During the interview, Ezra mentioned two podcasts worth checking out: Slow Burn from Slate [https://slate.com/slow-burn] and Bag Man from Rachel Maddow and MSNBC [https://www.msnbc.com/bagman].
Dec 09 2018
39 mins
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Rank #13: 100 Marie Newman, Candidate for Congress in IL-03 / Kirk Robinson

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

Opening: Poet and professor Kirk Robinson has up-close experience with the shifting sands of higher education. He joins the podcast to share those experiences, as well as mark the occasion of our 100th episode.

Interview: For the second time, Marie Newman is taking on a Democratic incumbent in Illinois’ Third Congressional District. She joins the podcast this week to talk about the race—what’s different this time around and why some are saying she’s a favorite? Find out more or get involved with her campaign at https://www.marienewmanforcongress.com/.
Apr 29 2019
45 mins
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Rank #14: 87 Surfrider Foundation’s Mitch McNeil on their ongoing lawsuit against US Steel

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES AND ACTIONS FOR JANUARY 28, 2019

Opening: Poet and professor Kirk Robinson and his family lived for a few years in Northwest Indiana in the shadow of the US Steel plant. He joins to talk about that experience as well as share some thoughts about surfing and the sea.

Interview: It may surprise you to learn that there is a surf scene in Chicago. It may not be as much of a surprise that US Steel plants on the Indiana coast are threatening the health of surfers—and water drinkers—with dangerous chemicals they’ve allegedly dumped into the waterways. Mitch McNeil from the Surfrider Foundation of Chicago joins the podcast to talk Great Lakes surfing and the lawsuit his organization has brought against US Steel.

Just after the interview, there was a development in the case. On December 13, 2018 the court granted Surfrider Foundation's request to become a party in the EPA and Indiana Department of Environmental Management's enforcement action against U. S. Steel, over the company's Clean Water Act violations including illegal discharges of hexavalent chromium into a waterway emptying into Lake Michigan. The Court declined to grant the governments' requests to (1) defer ruling on the Motion until after the public comment review process for the proposed Consent Decree, and (2) to place conditions on how Surfrider could participate as an intervenor. Learn about the case it unfolds at www.surfrider.org. [bit.ly/ICP_Surfrider.]
Jan 28 2019
37 mins
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Rank #15: 79 Recycling in Chicago, Better Government Association investigator Madison Hopkins

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES AND ACTIONS FOR NOVEMBER 19, 2018

Opening: Stacey Abrams acknowledged defeat, but did not “concede.” Kemp’s victory in Georgia may be a Pyrrhic one as the issue of voting rights and voter expansion now take center stage. Abrams’ speech is most definitely worth checking out. http://bit.ly/2S263nh

Interview Segment: If you’ve ever had the nagging feeling that all of the effort you have put into recycling your newspapers, milk jugs, plastic bags and boxes has been wasted--you’re not alone. And currently, there’s reason for concern. In an investigative article from the BGA, serious problems in the way recycling is handled in some parts of the city are exposed. Madison Hopkins is an investigator for the Better Government Association and joins to discuss. Find Madison's article here: https://projects.bettergov.org/2018/recycling-chicago/
Nov 18 2018
28 mins
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Rank #16: 82 Barbara Flynn Currie on 40 years in the IL State House

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES AND ACTIONS FOR MONDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2018.

Opening: Despite an attempted coup by 16 congresspeople, including Bill Foster who represents parts of the Western Suburbs, Nancy Pelosi will almost certainly be Speaker of the House in January. Watching how she baited and schooled the president last week, that seems like a very good thing. An excellent profile of her can be found in the NY Times Magazine [https://nyti.ms/2zbQLVZ]

Interview: The Illinois State Legislature gains a Democratic super-majority in January, but loses a member who has been a fixture for many years. Retiring Representative Barbara Flynn Currie, majority leader of the State House of Representatives, joins the podcast for a wide-ranging conversation about her years in Springfield.
Dec 16 2018
43 mins
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Rank #17: 89 Voter Suppression: a conversation with Oren Jacobson; IC exec director Darcey Regan

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES FOR MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2019

Opening: The history of voter suppression goes back to the beginning and runs through the North as well as the South. Tom highlights an essay in Talking Points Memo by Gregory Downs, which can be found here: bit.ly/ICP_Downs.

Segment 1: Oren Jacobson calls himself a civic entrepreneur. He also recently completed a study analyzing the effects of strict photo identification laws.

Segment 2: Indivisible Chicago executive director Darcey Regan joins the podcast to discuss the new Progressive Principles document. Find the document at indivisiblechicago.com. Also, plan to attend the Mayoral Forum on Tuesday at the Second Presbyterian Church, 1936 S. Michigan, Wednesday at 6:30. More information available at bit.ly/ICP_MayorConvo.
Feb 10 2019
50 mins
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Rank #18: 76 Kwame Raoul, candidate for Attorney General; Anu Sarda on The Last Weekend

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES AND ACTIONS FOR OCTOBER 29, 2018

Opening: Moss’s Hierarchy of Action explained.

Segment 1: Kwame Raoul emerged from a packed field of highly qualified Democratic challengers in the March primary for Illinois Attorney General. In eight days, Illinois will choose between the candidate who believes in protecting Obamacare, in LGBTQ rights, and protecting women’s reproductive rights and the one who does not.

Segment 2: Anu Sarda from Swing Left and Indivisible Chicago joins to impress upon all of us the need to do a little something extra between now and election day. What are you going to do to help between now and Election Day when every little bit helps. Raise your hand at thelastweekend.org/indivisiblechicago
Oct 29 2018
50 mins
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Rank #19: 86 Cam Davis, Metro Water Reclamation District Commissioner

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES FOR JANUARY 21, 2019

Opening: While it has not always been so in baseball, when it comes to economic supremacy in the Midwest, Chicago beat St. Louis a long time ago, and water is a big part of that story.

Interview: Cam Davis had an interesting year last year. He mounted a write-in campaign to win the primary for a vacant seat on the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District, which he won. Survived an attempt by Rauner to subvert that election. Then won his seat outright on the November ballot. In December, he was sworn in, and now, on to the vital work of protecting Chicago’s water supply.
Jan 20 2019
32 mins
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Rank #20: 91 Sheriff of Cook County Tom Dart

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Starting this week, in addition to being available wherever you find your podcast, the Indivisible Chicago Podcast will air on WCPT AM-820 Mondays at 7:00 p.m. Two great ways to listen!

INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES FOR MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2019

Opening: What do winter weather, the Mueller investigation and Dante’s Inferno all have in common? Tom thinks about what it means to be in the middle of it all.

Interview: Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart took office in 2009 at the crest of the housing crisis. He has surprised some by declining to run for mayor in the years since. This week, Sheriff Dart talks about how that office has changed over the past ten years and where things may be going from here.
Feb 24 2019
45 mins
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