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We are starting off the show with WOOC Correspondent Clyanna Lightbourn who sat down with local community activist and Emcee Don Fons to discuss activism in rap music.
Then, Hudson Mohawk Magazine correspondent Corinne Carey sits down with Barb Nelson, Troy Architecture Project’s Executive Director, to talk about plans to celebrate the agency’s 50th anniversary.
Afterwards, WOOC correspondent Aaron Pedinotti provides coverage and an analysis of the recent revocation of Spectrum’s franchise to provide cable in New York State.
And later on we’ll hear from Chris Esposito and Kendra Dean, who are students in the Department of Latin American, Caribbean and U.S. Latino Studies at SUNY Albany in there weekly segment on race, class, and cultural identity.