The last living witness to the Emmett Till lynching tells his story in a new book. We sit down with him and his co-author. Affordable housing was a focus of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s work in Chicago — a look at where we are today.
On this week’s show:
- In New Book, Last Surviving Witness to Emmett Till Lynching Seeks to Correct Narrative
- 58 Years After MLK’s Campaign to End Slums, the State of Affordable Housing in Chicago
- More Chicago Families Turning to Private, Charter Schools as CPS Enrollment Declines