Each week brothers Mike and Fred Klonsky, bloggers and activists engage in conversation, often with in-studio guests. Topics may be local, national or international, but always with a Chicago sensibility and perspective, and always from "the Left side of the plate."
Craig and Cory Stevenson
The brothers Cory and Craig join us for an conversation of protest, police and politics.
The Beachwood Reporter Steve Rhodes
The Beachwood Reporter Steve Rhodes joins the Klonsky Brothers to talk about the protests, the cops, the politics in the wake of the murder of George Floyd.
Greg Michie and Yadani Martinez
CPS teacher and author is joined by Jones College Prep senior Yadani Martinez on this week's show. In the wake of the murder of George Floyd, the pandemic and 20 years of corporate driven school reform, we talk about a vision for education in a post virus world.
Ameya Pawar and Roberto Clack
Former alderman and advocate for a basic universal income, Ameya Pawar joins us along with Roberto Clack, organizer with Warehouse Workers for Justice.
Dr. Dunbar-Ortiz, an educator, historian and activist. We talk about her life, the conditions of indigenous people.
Dr. Pedro Noguera
Dr. Pedro Noguera, newly appointed Dean of the University of Southern California school of education and long-time advocate for equity and social justice in education, joins us from California.