WGLT's Sound Ideas 3/16/20
Bloomington Normal churches came together by staying apart. Hear how separation is thinking of the common good. Central Illinois restaurants pivot to survive the state ordered closure to resist the pandemic. Teachers dig in to get ready for prolonged on line instruction. Hear how they'll do it. Construction workers have a higher than usual suicide rate. Chestnut Health Systems Behavioral Health Clinical Director Beth Hilling tells you about a new program to find construction workers who might be in trouble. And tomorrow is an election day and black voters in the twin cities will try to change lower Bloomington Normal turnout from four years ago.
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