9:00 a.m.: Trending news
9:30 a.m.: Greece lost its financial lifelines Tuesday, as the country missed a crucial payment to the International Monetary Fund. Guest – Max rhrenfreund, reporter with WashingtonPost
10:00 a.m.: Dorothy Tucker’s Customer Service discusses rebuilding Chicago’s Ingelside neighborhood.
10:30 a.m.: Numerous amout of Black churches burning in the south
11:00 a.m.: Today Chicago minimum wage increases by 21 percent to $10 an hour, the first step to the nearly 60 percent minimum wage increase to $13 an hour by 2019. Guest – Employment Policy Institute Research Director, Michael Saltsman.
11:30 a.m.: On Wednesday, July 24th the government of the Dominican Republic put into action a plan to ‘repatriate’ potentially hundreds of thousands of residents with Haitian heritage, after a controversial court ruling from 2013 retroactively stripped them of Dominican citizenship. Guest – Prof. Sophia Cantave, a Haitian-Dominican and member of Haitian Women for Haitian Refugees.