May 08, 2024

HMM 05 – 08 – 2024

First, we hear about the rally on Wednesday at the State Capitol in support of a ceasefire in Gaza. The event was organized by the Muslim Community.

Next, this Saturday will be the 21st annual Grannies for Peace Mother’s Day vigil at the Tulip Festival in Albany.

Later on, for this week’s Armao On The Brink, Rosemary reports on how shrinking lawns and planting flowers can combat climate change and environmental degradation.

After that, Moses Nagel shares excerpts from a recent Albany Common Council meeting on issues around the Civilian Complaint Police Review Board.

Finally, Marshall Hildreth talks with the American Lung Association in observance of Turquoise Takeover and Lung Cancer Action Week.

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