Amara Enyia –the 35-year-old daughter of Nigerian immigrants, competitive runner, speaker of five languages and holder of six degrees – stood out her second bid for mayor of Chicago thanks to an early celebrity endorsement from Chance the Rapper and another from Cook County Circuit Court Clerk Dorothy Brown. On this episode of The Daily Line’s Aldercast, Enyia talks about Brown’s endorsement and intergenerational coalitions, ethics, schools, affordable housing, and civilian oversight of the police department. Comments, questions or suggestions? Email