Today we are starting the show off with coverage of last week’s protest against ICE and the Trump administration’s immigration policies. We’ll follow that with a segment on race, class, and cultural identity with students Tunisha Haque [hack] and Gabby Herrera, of the University at Albany Department of Latin American, Caribbean and U.S. Latino Studies. Then, WOOC correspondent Aaron Pedinotti interviews Tobi Saulnier about “1st Playable” an educational video game company located right here in Troy, NY. Afterwards, we’ll pay a visit to Troy Bike Rescue’s Tuesday Youth shop. And later on we’ll learn about aquaponics from local engineer Chris Scully.