June 29, 2018

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Today we are going to be speaking live with Mary Grant from Food and Water Watch about the privatization of water infrastructure in Puerto Rico.
Then, in my segment on Education, Empowerment, and Entrepreneurship, I’ll be talking with Rachel Conn and Fabayo Egunbunmi oh the Hamilton Hill Arts Center.
Then, local poet Bri Watts will share some of her work with us, in a conversation with Hudson Mohawk Magazine poetry correspondent Meghan Marohn.
Afterwards, labor correspondent Willie Terry will be speaking with Dominick Patrigani and Bob Compani at the Capital District Area Labor Federation’s Annual Business Meeting.
And later on, Sanctuary for Independent Media intern Bri Watts will interview Christopher Johnstone, who is also a Sanctuary for Independent Media intern.

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