November 09, 2019

HMM 11 – 8-19

First, Mark Dunlea speaks with Jim Heaney, winner of the Nelly Bly award for investigative journalism.

Then, on Reclaiming History, Lovonia Mallory talks to three local pastors’ wives and ministers about the Spirit of the Suffragette in Sacred Literature in Lore.

After that, Roaming Labor Correspondent, Willie Terry, brings us coverage from the “Annual Labor Day Picnic & Celebration.”

After that , Branda Miller speaks to Karen Beetle, the co-coordinator for Capital District Border Watch.

And then we close out the show with Upstate Housing. Michele Maserjian speaks with Victoria Esposito, a lawyer with Legal Aid Society of NorthEastern New York.

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