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While anti-Asian attacks and violence have increased at an alarming rate in the U.S. during the COVID-19 pandemic, experts and advocates say these attacks aren’t new.Reset talks to a historian and two activists about the long history of systemic racism and discrimination against Asian communities in the U.S. and ways to support Asian American and P…
 
Today, or closing the gap series looks at cultural and racial disparities in accessing and providing quality mental health care, especially for family therapy. Reset hears from an expert on how to bring equity into treatment.Then, research shows that the entire human body holds vital answers to healing from mental trauma. Two experts share with Res…
 
After a year of social isolation, record job losses, and more than half a million deaths in the U.S. alone, experts say the COVID-19 pandemic may lead to a national mental health crisis.For our ongoing series Closing the Gap, Reset explores disparities in mental health care, how the pandemic is impacting our bodies and minds and what resources are …
 
Reset breaks down the biggest local news stories of the week with a couple of great journalists. Host Sasha-Ann Simons is joined this week by Paris Schutz of WTTW-11 and Mary Ann Ahern of NBC-5For more Reset interviews, subscribe to this podcast and please leave us a rating. That helps other listeners find us. For more about the program, go to the …
 
These days… there’s a lot to be afraid of. The pandemic, for one. Losing a loved one. Lack of job security. Trying something new. Spiders. But what do you do when fear creeps up on you? How do you fight the thing you’re afraid of? In her new book, Professional Troublemaker: The Fear-Fighter Manual, Chicago best-selling author Luvvie Ajayi [uh-JAH-e…
 
Chewing podcast co-host Louisa Chu talks with MacArthur's cafeteria owner Mac Alexander for her Chicago Tribune 8-part series on Black-owned restaurants after a year of pandemic, protests, and politics. Then Louisa and co-host Monica Eng critique the role of restaurant critic in Chicago. Plus Monica debuts a new game (with Big Drop alcohol-free IPA…
 
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