June 16, 2018

HMM 6 – 15 – 18

Today we are talking with Jeff Berryhill, a worker at the New School who was recently involved in a workplace occupation and strike. Then, we’ll have a short report from the recent Families Together rally at the Federal building in Albany about the issue of separating children from their immigrant parents. And later on we’ll talk with Chuck Collins about the issue of income inequality and reparations. We’ll finish up with Paul and Mary Liz Stewart, he founders of the Underground Railroad History Project to hear more about their work and their walking tour on Saturday in Troy.

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