July 02, 2019

HMM 7 – 1-19

A discussion about the Dunn landfill with Dave Ellis of the Rensselaer Environmental Coalition.

Noreen McKee from Rensselaer County’s League of Women Voters explains a voter reform package making it easier for people to vote!

Amy Ellis of Honest Weight Food Co-op, about healthy, engaged dietary practices and their Ready, Set, Grow Program.

Gail Walker, executive director of the interreligious foundation for community organization, brings news about the Cuba Caravan, and their stop in the Capital Region.

Part twp of an interview with Beverley Bardequez, the president of the Rap Road Historical District about the history of the Rap Road African-American community in Albany.

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