DOWNTOWN — Organizers will show support of survivors of sexual violence during Saturday’s Slutwalk.
Slutwalk attendees protest rape culture and police violence while also gathering to advocate for those who have been victims of sexual assault. Attendees will gather at Water Tower to listen to speakers; after that, there will be a march and a “speak out” where attendees can share their personal stories.
The Slutwalk starts noon Saturday at Water Tower, 800 N. Michigan Ave.
Big John and Ramblin’ Ray are joined with Bill Cameron from Connected to Chicago where he gives an insight of what’s going on in politics in Chicago. As well as who his guest is for this weeks Connected to Chicago.
Listen to Bill Cameron Sundays at 7 pm on Connected to Chicago.
Bill sits down with Sean Casten. Casten is running for congress in the upcoming election against Peter Roskam to represent the 6th district of Illinois. Casten explains why he wants to be a congressman, and if there is a blue wave coming because of President Trump.
In this week’s round table segment, Bill Cameron is joined by Greg Hinz of Crain’s, Ray Long of the Chicago Tribune, Lynn Sweet of the Chicago Sun Times, and Fran Spielman of the Chicago Sun Times. The discussion includes their reaction to Bill’s interview with Sean Casten, and the upcoming Mayoral and Governor Elections.
This week’s Community Spotlight is with Jennifer Keiper. Jennifer is joined by John Shegerian, Founder and President of Recycling Company ERI, and Katy Huggins with Best Buy.
In the United States, millions of tons of old electronics are dumped in landfills, abandoned lots, or simply tossed to the side of the road, causing harm to the environment. We discuss some possible solutions with John Shegerian of ERI Recycling and Katy Huggins of Best Buy, which has a recycling program.
Rahm Emanuel tells Democrats to focus on winning, not whining over losing to Trump. Two cases of what not to do to police officers. Plus, Brian Urlacher’s battle with a Florida hair restoration company.
David Drucker is a Senior Correspondent on Capitol Hill for the Washington Examiner and joins the show to talk about Mitch McConnell and Elizabeth Warren battling over the confirmation of Jeff Sessions.
Former Bears tight end and coach Mike Ditka joins the show to talk about the upcoming Super Bowl and his belief that Tom Brady and Bill Belichick should be left alone over their friendship with Tom Brady.
“The patriots…should be the prototype for every football team in the league,” Mike Ditka tells John and Ray. “They can be beat, but I don’t think anybody is going to beat them.”
When asked about the possibility of Jimmy Garoppolo coming to the Chicago Bears, Ditka responded, “Yes, I would say that would be, I think that would be a great thing.”