July 10, 2019

HMM 7-10-19

In this segment of Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

First, Tina Lieberman provides us an update on Community Choice Aggregation in the Capital District.

Then, for our Peace Bucket we will discuss Iran, through Arab Voices from Pacifica affiliate KPFT.

Afterwards, we have our weekly Food Diary with Amy Halloran. Justin Nordstrom shares a slice of history with the Aunt Sammy radio program.

Then, an exclusive interview with the talented and down to earth singer/songwriter Girl Blue who is performing at the Spirit of the Suffragettes concert series on July 16th.

And last, we finish with a music segment from “Working-Class Heroes, A History of Struggle in Songs: A Songbook” with performances by Yvonne Moore and Mat Callahan, brought to us by WOOC Roaming Labor Corespondent Willie Terry.

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