What legacy will michelle obama leave behind?”
“She will leave behind a legacy of a president who understood that it took strength and determination to make change in Chicago, who took the moral high ground in Chicago, who went above and beyond to make sure that every child of Chicago got a good education, that every child was treated fairly, that every child was able to go to college, that every child was able to achieve success and achieve their dreams and dreams were not just fantasies. … I don’t see her doing that, I don’t think she thinks of Chicago as something she’s going to say, ‘Oh, I’m sorry, I went too far there.'”
“And I believe she and her husband will m카지노 사이트ove on to serve their people and that they will continue to put families first in Chicago.”
Here’s the rest of my interview with Hayes and her husband with WGN radio (mp3):
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[Photo: Chicago Tribune]
This audio report is from an interview with Mandy Hayes, host of the WBEZ Morning Show with Mandy Hayes.
Hayes is a native of Chicago. Her father was from Kansas City and her mother was originally from Indiana.
Hayes moved to Chicago with her parents when she was 5-years-우리카지노old and, at 18-years-old, earned her Masters of Arts Degree at Brandeis University. She later moved to New York and has been an acclaimed radio host with WBEZ and WBBM, and is the co-author, with Richard Soper, of “Rip Off Chicago,” the definitive book on the city’s drug-infested streets.
This transcript may not be complete.