HMM 6 – 19 – 2020
To start off the show, cohosts Guy and Alexis go through the latest headlines from around the Capital Region.
The show’s first segment features Alexis Goldsmith speaking with Keshia Clukey about the New York State Dept. of Environmental Conservation’s letter to Norlite and Tradebe regarding PFAS incineration.
Then, on Reclaiming History, Lovonia Mallory brings us part 3 of her interview with Michele Jones Galvin co-author of Beyond the Underground: Aunt Harriet, Moses of Her People.
After that, Anna Steltenkamp speaks with Clement Guerra about his new film, “The Condor and the Eagle,” which will be screened through the Sanctuary for Independent Media on June 25.
Then, Elizabeth Press speaks with Jamaica Miles of All of Us Community Action, about their new campaign to address the ills of the 13th amendment.
And to close out the show, H Bosh Jr. brings us the triple E’s–Education, Empowerment, and Entrepreneurship–as he speaks with Matt Toporowski and Jeff Derkovic about criminal justice reform.