HMM 07 – 30 – 21
Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with Qiana Mickie, a member of the Civil Society Mechanism coordinating committee, who speaks with Mark Dunlea about corporate agribusiness domination and the need to hear from the voices of peasants, farmers, food and agriculture workers
Then, on Reclaiming History, Lovonia brings us part 5–her favorite part–of her interview with Egyptologist Dr. Solange Ashby, the author of Calling out to Isis
After that, WOOC Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry brings us his new segment entitled “Solidarity Notes.” in which he will discuss various labor articles in the August issue of “Solidarity Notes” with Tom Ellis, Writer and Member of the Solidarity Committee of the Capital District.
Then, on Crowned, Yolissa Richardson speaks with legendary activist Dr. Alice Green about her feelings on the justice system, including re-enslavement of minority groups and the danger of police officers responding to mental health crises.
And to close out the Show, Uptown Summer Radio program mentors Sina Basila Hickey and Jody Cowan bring us part two of their round-table conversation with Uptown Summer youth about their relationships with radio.