June 28, 2019

HMM 6-28-19

On today’s Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We start off talking with Dustin Reidy, who just won the democratic nomination for Albany County Legislator for district 30.

Next, Lovonia Mallory speaks with Albany High School teacherChris Austen and students who finished in third place at the Junior Achievement Stock Market Challenge.

After that, we’ll hear Willie Terry’s interview with Elijah Cancer, the Albany anti-gun violence activist who was killed last summer.

Then on Spirit of the Suffragettes, Cassidy McCabe speaks with Diani Drake about video and radio production and activism.

And to close out the show, Willie Terry speaks with Gail Caravan of Pastors for Peace about the Cuba Caravan.

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