Bonnie Perry / Greg Trotter from the Greater Chicago Food Depository (Indivisible Chicago Podcast)

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Every week, Indivisible Chicago Podcast host Tom Moss talks to politicians, newsmakers, academics and activists about resisting the Trump agenda. The ICP is also a great way to keep up with what’s happening in Indivisible Chicago.

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES AND ACTIONS FOR MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2019

  1. A few words about Liberalism and Love. Adam Gopnik’s book, A Thousand Small Sanities, is the jumping off point.
  2. Bonnie Perry has been rector at All Saints Episcopal Church on the northside for 27 years. Before she moves on to become the Bishop of the Michigan Diocese, she sits down to talk about love and politics.
  3. Greg Trotter is spokesman for the Greater Chicago Food Depository, and joins the podcast to discuss how governmental policies will affect those experiencing food insecurity. Find out more about the GCFD, donate, and find volunteer opportunities here. chicagosfoodbank.org

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Each week on the Indivisible Chicago Podcast, host Tom Moss talks to our representatives, newsmakers, activists, scholars, and Indivisible Chicago neighborhood chapter leads to learn more about what is happening in the push-back against the Trump agenda.

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