June 22, 2018

HMM 6 – 21 – 18

Today we are going to be hearing from performers at last weekend’s Clearwater Festival, the nation’s largest annual environmental celebration.
Then, H. Bosh Jr. will be speaking with Tenika Wilcox, founder of the women’s empowerment group, United Sisters of New York, in his weekly segment on Education, Empowerment, and Entrepreneurship. After that, Guy will be speaking with Bosh about his own activism against wrongful convictions and wrongful prosecution, and his involvement in creating the commission for prosecutorial misconduct.
Afterwards, labor correspondent Willie Terry shares his updates from the Capital District Area Labor Federation 17th Annual Business Meeting.
And later on, our poetry correspondent Meghan Marohn will be talking with Bri Watts about her life in poetry. Let’s start the show off with some rapid-fire local headlines.

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