July 18, 2019

HMM 7 – 18 – 19

We have Mark Dunlea sitting down with Albany County Legislator Joanne Cunningham to discuss current legislation that discourages the use of plastic bags and straws.

Then, I interview my co-host Joules, a multimedia artist about her recent music projects.

And later on, we have Uptown Summer participant Jy interviewing some of the folks who attended our most recent Spirit of the suffragettes festival this past Tuesday.

After that, Hudson Mohawk Magazine correspondent Elizabeth Press sits down with council member David Bissember for a post-mortem After last week’s heated debate on Troy’s Sanctuary City status.

Finally, Willie Terry, our roaming labor correspondent, gives us part two of his interview with author, musician, and singer Mat Callahan about the songbook Working -Class Heroes project.

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