July 23, 2021

HMM 07 – 23 – 21

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with Michele Baker, the lead plaintiff in the Hoosick Falls water pollution lawsuit, which was recently settled for $65 million. Mark Dunlea speaks with her to learn about her work in that case.
Then, on Reclaiming History, Lovonia Mallory brings us to ancient Egypt with Egyptologist Dr. Solange Ashby, in part 4 of a multi-part interview.
After that, HMM’s Aileen Javier speaks with Sandra Goldmeer, the Area Director of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention for the Capital Region, about how the AFSP ensures that the resources provided are culturally relevant and equitable available for People of Color.
Then, Mark Dunlea speaks with Dr. Steve Auerback of the Metro Chapter of Physicians for a National Health program, in advance of the Saturday, July 24th rallies in support of Medicare for All.
And to close out the show, Elizabeth Press speaks with Atsushi Akera and Rio Riera Arbogast about their plans for Cafe Euphoria, a new trans-owned and operated cafe coming to Troy.

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