This week on Connected to Chicago Marlon Chamberlain, Greater Englewood Community Project Manager of READI Chicago joins the show. READI Chicago’s goal is to decrease shootings and killings in the most violent neighborhoods. They also work to reform individuals on a violent path, and ways to improve the community.
In this week’s round table segment, John is joined by Ray Long of The Chicago Tribune, Heather Cherone, editor of The Daily Line, Greg Hinz of Crain’s, Lynn Sweet and Fran Spielman of the Chicago Sun-Times. The conversation opens up with the news this week of the impeachment inquiry, and the coverage of President Trump’s reaction to it, Greg and Lynn debate if the inquiry is really bringing serious enough charges for impeachment, The recent Democratic Debate took place this past week, and who came out on top? Speaker Mike Madigan comes back into the spotlight as the feds probe into a close associate.
This week’s Connected to Chicago segment is with Lauren Cohn. Todd Connor C.E.O of Bunker Labs talks about what challenges returning veterans face for re-entering the workforce after their military service.