Early morning Shift: Friday, February 12, 2016

Often teaching-and learning-about history can be a little dry. We learn more about a brand-new program in some Chicago Public Schools that utilizes music of the 1960 s and ’70s to discuss the social justice motions that truly specified the years.

Beyonce’s brand-new tune “Formation” narrate of black females’s empowerment and the artist’s own individual origin story. We talk about the lyrics of “Formation” and images from the video.

The Chicago Protector society editor and writer Theresa “Teesee” Fambro Hooks was put to rest. She passed away January 31 in her house at age80 We here stories about her tradition and show back on a Chicago icon in the Black Press.

And in the last few years, The Terrific Lakes have actually been terrified by a little, small enemy called the Sea Lamprey. Michael Wagner, Fish ecologist and MSU teacher, guides us through research study on a strategy to get rid of lampreys by odor.

SourcebyWBEZ’s Morning Shift

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