July 30, 2019

HMM 7 – 29 – 19

We talk to Troy City Council member Anasha Cummings on a range of issues, including why he did not accept the Green Party nomination obtained through a write-in OTB campaign.

Josh Marré and Kenna Hynes of the band Blue Ranger speak about their music.

We have another edition of Equality Under the Law: Practical Physics in which Dr. Borton et al. discuss overpopulation, mass extinction and consumption.

After that, an exclusive interview with musician Crys Matthews in anticipation of her performance at Freedom Square on Tuesday, July 30th.

Finally, a piece produced by Uptown Summer participants Ciara and Gigi in which they talk to attendees of the Spirit of the Suffragettes concert series about their thoughts and experiences living in Troy and their ideas about freedom.

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