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Best Chicago Teachers Union podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Chicago Teachers Union podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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The deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor have raised questions about the future of policing and the role bias plays in police work. Dr. Jennifer Eberhardt joins us to discuss her extensive work with police officers on racial bias. And, a heat wave in parts of California could bring the threat of fire. It's a reminder that this could be a busy …
 
A federal judge this month gave the go-ahead to a salvage company hoping to retrieve a telegraph machine from the wreck of the Titanic. But one organization argues that the expedition could disturb the memorial site. Host Jeremy Hobson speaks with David Gallo, an oceanographer and consultant to RMS Titanic Inc. Also, people with dementia are some o…
 
Parts of Minneapolis is in flames, Trumps lets his twitter fingers do the?talking, and more on the relationship between George Taylor and the arresting officer Derek Chauvinhttps://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2020/05/29/george-floyd-minneapolis-protests-live-updates/--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. htt…
 
Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic nominee for president, says he hopes to announce his pick for vice president by August. Democratic strategist Jamal Simmons joins us to discuss the factors Biden will have to consider in choosing his running mate. And, journalist and author Scott Carney joins us to discuss his new book, "The Wedge: Evolution, C…
 
On Monday, New York's Public Theater heads in a new direction with a star-studded, free, one-night-only virtual gala performance. Hosts Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Oskar Eustis join us to talk about the event and the future of theater in a post-coronavirus world. Also, many of the 90 accredited schools around the world that train guide dogs for the bl…
 
Is there a nice way to say, "You're standing too close to me?" Judith Martin aka "Miss Manners" has written a new book about etiquette in the COVID-19 age. She joins us to discuss her new e-book that she co-authored with her adult children. And, attorneys have filed a class-action lawsuit on behalf of inmates at a federal prison in Butner, North Ca…
 
A black man in his early 40's George Floyd was killed by Minneapolis Police Officers and all cops involved were fired. Stephen Jackson a retired NBA athlete was close to Mr.Floyd like a brother and talks about how this has effected him personally https://thegrio.com/2020/05/26/nba-stephen-jackson-george-floyd-minneapolis/ --- This episode is sponso…
 
Amy Cooper is told by a Christian Booker a black man who is a bird watcher to put her dog on a leash to not startle the birds at the ramble in central park https://twitter.com/i/status/1264965252866641920 https://www.forbes.com/sites/lisettevoytko/2020/05/26/amy-cooper-fired-after-viral-central-park-video/#3b54d8b5c533 --- This episode is sponsored…
 
According to the USDA, 30% to 40% of the food goes to waste in the U.S., and the coronavirus pandemic has made this problem worse. We talk to ReFED's executive director about how to reduce waste by food producers and in our own kitchens. Also, the pandemic has strained the capacity of funeral homes and cemeteries. In New Jersey, which has the secon…
 
Retail sales have dropped significantly since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, but viewership has gone up for QVC and HSN. Mike George, president and CEO of the networks' parent company Qurate, joins us to discuss how the retail landscape has changed. And, Carrie Welch of the New York Public Library joins us to discuss the library's new relea…
 
If you're getting bored in the kitchen, Here & Now resident chef Kathy Gunst shares ideas about stretching one dish over several meals without having it taste like leftovers. Also, Fox News analyst Brit Hume tweeted a photo mocking Joe Biden for wearing a face mask. President Trump retweeted it. Host Robin Young speaks with NPR senior political edi…
 
Lando Chill on Education, Journalism, Idolatry, Unions, Colonialism, and Hip-Hop Articles by Lando Chill Albums: LandoLasso and Black Ego Music Videos by Lando Chill: Coroner Save Me Break Them Shackles Music by AwareNess, follow him on Instagram, Bandcamp. Please support the podcast on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/timetalks Channel Zero Networ…
 
Army Maj. Paul Voelke was killed in Afghanistan in 2012. His wife Traci Voelke's and their son Ben Voelke join us to remember him. Also, the Grand Canyon in Arizona is among the world's most amazing natural wonders. We talk with geologist and author Wayne Ranney about the geology of the Grand Canyon, how it formed and how it's changing.…
 
Scholastic's Rising Voices Library is a collection of fiction and nonfiction books dedicated to black and Latino boys. We speak to the curators about the new collection. Also, the pandemic has strained the capacity of funeral homes and cemeteries. In New Jersey, which has the second-highest rate of COVID-19 deaths, it's having a big impact on worke…
 
The number of COVID-19 cases worldwide surpassed 5 million this week, with most of the new cases coming from just four countries: the U.S., Russia, Brazil and India. Dr. Wafaa El-Sadr, professor at Columbia University, joins us to discuss the state of the coronavirus pandemic. And, commencement speeches this year have taken on additional weight as …
 
A twitter user by the name of Professor Willhelm has been doxxing females showing their nudes to family and friends to get them to stop doing sex work lmao https://www.dailydot.com/irl/man-outing-onlyfans-content-creators/ https://www.spectator.co.uk/article/there-s-nothing-empowering-about-the-sex-work-on-onlyfans --- This episode is sponsored by …
 
Addiction experts are turning to telemedicine to offer their services to patients amid the pandemic. We speak to Stephen Loyd, Chief Medical Officer of Cedar Recovery in Mount Juliet, Tennessee, about the role of telemedicine in addiction treatment. Also, we've heard a lot from adults about the struggles of online learning, but how are kids feeling…
 
Dentist offices in some states are beginning to reopen for non-emergency services this week. Dr. Romesh Nalliah, clinical professor of dentistry at the University of Michigan, joins us to discuss the challenges dentists and hygienists are facing in the era of coronavirus. And, there's growing consensus that human destruction of pristine habitats is…
 
Disney is putting rules in place like requiring visitors to wear face masks and undergo temperature checks. The company has also issued a warning — saying come at your own risk. Martin Lewison, known as Professor Roller Coaster, joins us. Also, newspapers owned by Tribune Publishing have been forced to accept furloughs and pay cuts that will last b…
 
Feminism has claimed another woman's happiness and its sad https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-8329727/The-Bachelors-Abbie-Chatfield-reveals-shes-STIs-past.html --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/red-pill-man/support…
 
Nearly 1.5 million lupus patients depend on hydroxycholoroquine, but since the coronavirus pandemic caught fire in March, the drug has been hard to come by. Lupus patient Stacie Beland joins us to discuss how she has been affected by the shortages. And, SalesForce executive Elizabeth Pinkham joins us to discuss the ways that offices and office cult…
 
As students of all ages adjust to online classes during the pandemic, one course that can be hard to teach virtually is science. But for some teachers, where there's a will, there's a way. WBEZ's Kate McGee reports. Also, some increasingly popular air conditioning systems don't bring in enough fresh air. University of Maryland environmental health …
 
In mid-March, nursing home owner Tyson Belanger decided to take a unique approach to prevent the spread of COVID-19: offering staff up to $20,000 a month to move into RVs he rented and placed on site. Belanger talks to host Robin Young about his plan and how other facilities could make it work. Also, beaches in Los Angeles reopened after closing to…
 
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