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Affordable and quality childcare services are rare, sometimes costing as much as public university tuition. But this is not a new issue and has been challenging the industry before the pandemic. Reset brings on a reporter to talk more about how childcare services and providers are doing as the world slowly opens back up. Host: Sasha-Ann Simons Prod…
 
“Boystown” is the nickname first used in the 1980’s to describe Chicago’s North Side LGBTQ neighborhood around Wrigley Field. But LGBTQ activists are asking the name be dropped, arguing it excludes lesbian, transgender and other queer residents and visitors. Reset explores the debate over renaming “Boystown” to Northalsted. Host: Sasha-Ann Simons P…
 
So far this year in Chicago, 147 kids have been shot and more than 20 have been killed, according to the latest data from the Chicago Police Department. Reset talks to two organizations about the impact of gun violence on children and families in Chicago and solutions to the ongoing issue. Host: Sasha-Ann Simons Producers: Stephanie Kim…
 
The name “Lake Shore Drive” is as Chicago as our famous 7-topping hotdog, but some aldermen want to honor Chicago’s first non-native Black resident by renaming part of the drive after Jean Baptise Point DuSable. WBEZ's Natalie Moore helps Reset take the pulse of listeners about the proposed change, which is expected to be voted on in City Council i…
 
Journalist Arionne Nettles said she noticed the relatively little recognition Black mothers received for their efforts to deter gun violence in their communities. And so, she spent eight months speaking with Black mothers across the U.S. about how gun violence has shaped their lives and solutions they envision. Reset talks to Nettles about her New …
 
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