Karen Lewis took on the powerful as Chicago Teachers Union president. She is credited with galvanizing the labor movement in the city and across the country. Lewis died this week from cancer. We'll remember her life and career.
And we'll hear what a report found about sexcual harassment among restaurant workers during the pandemic.
Those stories and more on this episode of Statewide.
* Sean Crawford speaks with political science professor Chris Mooney of the University of Illinois at Chicago and the Institute of Government and Public Affairs. Mooney discusses his recent essay that calls the U.S. Senate "the most unrepresentative political institution."
* We re-visit an interview Hannah Meisel conducted with Amanda Knox, who was exonerated after her wrongful conviction and imprisonment for murder. Knox now works as a journalist and advocate for criminal justice reform.