June 26, 2018

SUNY Albany Students- Race, Class, And Identity 6 – 26 – 18

Today we have a report on “Divest DiNapoli”–DivestNY’s call to the State Comptroller to divest from fossil fuels.
Then, more on the development plans for Monument Square.
Afterwards, we’ll play part 2 of Aaron Pedinotti’s interview with Times-Union editor Rex Smith.
And we’ll hear from Emily Vega and Jasmine Cunningham in a new segment from the students in the Department of Latin American, Caribbean and U.S. Latino Studies at SUNY [soon-ee] Albany.
Meanwhile, Willie Terry has been attending the Poor People’s Campaign 40 Days Moral and Direct Action protest and we’ll listen to his interviews with Janise Mitchell, Social Justice Chairperson at Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church and participants Sophia Steinert and Regina Cole,

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