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Stories of the Chicago Political Reform Movement of the 80's from the children of the activists and

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TONIGHT Join Jimmy Lee Underground Radio Network for Open Mic Monday as we talk to Tara Stamps, Brenden Shiller, Gimel, Ebony and Jimmy Tillman about the Chicago Political Reform Movement of the 80's.  Their mothers Marion Stamps, Helen Shiller and Dorothy Tillman were organizers and activist  during this time that lead to Public Education reform, housing reform and the election of Chicago first Black mayor Harold Washington.  Join us as we reflect on that time and how it impacted the city and how the children of these women are carrying the mantel of justice and activism. This phip hop political talk show based in Chicago is hosted by Jimmy Lee Tillman, II an urban political strategist, founder of the Martin Luther King Republicans, and father of three. Jimmy Lee is an alumni of Central Stae University in Ohio.

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