Kirk Franklin is joined by Chicago rapper, activist, and all-around family man, Chance the Rapper, to talk about his faith, his upbringing, and his growth from a troubled high school student on his first mixtape to a loving husband on his latest album. Chance also goes into the issues ailing the Windy City and gives a firsthand account of what it was like out on the streets during the George Floyd protests.
If you want to support any of the Chicago organizations Chance mentioned in this episode of Good Words,
You can visit Assata's Daughters' official website at https://www.assatasdaughters.org/
As well as GoodKids MadCity's official website at https://www.gkmcenglewood.com/
You can also find out more about Chance's own non-profit organization, SocialWorks, by visiting https://www.socialworkschi.org/