Discussing the Chicago Area Writing Project with authors and educators Hank De Zutter, Betty Jane Wagner and Barbara Kotto.
Discussing "Discrimination in metropolitan Chicago" and interviewing Curtiss Brooks, Jan Hestor, and Philip Hauser. They discuss discrimination, poverty programs, education, employment. Includes an interview with a man named Jimmy talking about welfare.
Discussing "Cadbury tales," about teacher Vivian Cadbury, with students from Lane Technical High School in Chicago.
Prologue Alternative High School is a not-for-profit community-based organization that operates three alternative high schools in Chicago.
Chicago: An Agenda for Change. Part 3 of 5. Maria Cerda is a former Chicago Board of Education member.
Discussing the "Chicago Schools Challenge " and interviewing James Clement, Mrs. Barry Norton, and Pearl Shaw.
Interviewing Kenny Swader, Demetria Dazzetto, Loreen Mastelewski from Saint Mary's Center for Learning, an alternative school located on Chicago's West Side.
Studs Terkel discusses gang life with Allan Evans and Henry Jordan, members of the Vice Lords, an urban street gang based in Chicago. Evans and Jordan were both born and grew up in Chicago.
Interviewing at the Saint Mary's Center for Learning, an alternative school on the West Side of Chicago, with students Theresa Gonzales, Joan Perry, Cheryl Petrats and teachers Janice Eritch, Rozelle Nesbit, Sister Elaine Shuster and a parent, Mrs. Lori Waslewski.
Discussing the Goodman School of Drama at DePaul with members, Bella Itkin and Joe Slowik.
Interviewing Shelby Taylor, Paul Goren, Jean Tucker, Paul McCree from Metro High School in Chicago, Ill.
Discussion of Division Street: America
Rose Rigsby a writer and poet is interviewed along with Betty Shifflett, who teaches fiction at Columbia College. Ms Rigsby and Ms. Shifflett talk about writing with Studs. Ms. Rigsby reads from her stories and about her time in the Sanitarium and receiving shock therapy. Several excerpts are presented from an interview with Rose Rigsby speaking about children and of taking care of them. (1925145-3-1)