A rise in anti-Black hate crimes in Chicago. In a follow-up to our Permanent Punishment series: the right to vote for people with criminal records. And art therapy for young people who’ve been incarcerated.
On this week’s show:
- Hate Crimes Against Black Chicagoans Up 50% This Year, City Agency Finds
- Permanent Punishment: In Illinois, People with Criminal Records Can Still Vote. Advocates Are Working to Make Them Aware.
- Supreme Court Justices Raise Doubts on Race-Conscious College Admissions
- Art Program Helps Former, Currently Incarcerated Youth Create