June 03, 2019

HMM 5 – 3-19

We hear the results of a recent water quality report done by the New York Public Interest Research Group, also known as NYPIRG.

WOOC correspondent Aaron Pedinotti sits down with Elizabeth Carlson-Guerin, the director of a new play premiering in downtown Troy by Richard Dresser titled “100 Years”.

WOOC Correspondent Cat Jones investigates gender nonconformity by taking a deeper look at her own family experiences.

We hear from Andi Novick, a co-founder with New York Small Farma, a cannabis-focused social and environmental advocacy group on the potentiality of legalization in New York State.

Roving Labor Correspondent Willie Terry who brings us information on Troy’s own Kate Mullany, who was a historic labor organizer and the founder of the first all women “Collar Laundry Union”.

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