HMM 7 – 30 – 2020
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Tonight, we hear from Grace Nichols, a local activist, about the Town of Guilderland Planning Board decision to approve the development of 46 acres of land which might have a negative impact on the Albany Pine Bush preserve.
Next we hear part 2 of TripeE’s host H. Bosh Jr’s interview with Terence Lewis who was wrongfully convicted for over 21 years.
Then we hear from long-time activist, educator, and labor organizer David V. Walker with Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry.
Up next, Scott Jarzombek, Executive Director of Albany Public Libraries talks about the next phase of public access to library material, services and programs .
For our final segment, we hear from Joe Fama about the history of the Hoosick Street. This is part 1 of 2. With HMM correspondent Matthew Lee.But first, some headlines: