May 17, 2019

HMM 5 – 17 – 19

Rebecca Garrard of Citizen Action joins us live in the studio to talk with us about rent control.

A new segment of Reclaiming History with Lovonia Mallory and New York State Assembly member Phil Steck on climate change.

Paul Smart speaks with Deyva Arthur, who is running for Lansingburgh school board.

Cassidy McCabe speaks with Genny Beemyn, the author of Trans People In Higher Education, on Spirit of the Suffragettes.

Part two of Willie Terry’s May Day coverage, with Professor Gabriel Hetland talking about solidarity with Venezuela.

Plus, we showcase the Love of Fuzz guitar shop, which just opened in Troy.

Tags: hmm, schenectady, troy

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