August 16, 2019

HMM 8 – 16 – 19

Up first, Corinne Carey speaks with Siena College pollster Steve Greenberg about the latest numbers on some of New York States hot-button issues.

Next, on Reclaiming History, Lovonia Mallory speaks with Moya Bailey about Black women’s use of social media for self-preservation and health promotion.

Then, Enrique Johnson speaks with local midwife Michelle Doyle

After that, Willie Terry speaks with Imam Faisal Ahmad of the Figh and Dawah Center of America, about the American policing of Muslims after 9/11.

Then, on Climate Matters, Peter Savio continues his conversation with Rabbi Glenn Jacob

And then to close out the show, Laqueena Lajas speaks with internationally renowned musician, Taina Asili, who will be performing at the Spirit of the Suffragettes series on Tuesday, August 20th.

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