August 09, 2019

HMM 8-9-19

Up first, Mark Dunlea and Alexis Goldsmith speak with environmental activist Anne Rabe [RAYB] about the legacy of pollution in the Capital Region.

Next up, on Reclaiming History, Lovonia Mallory continues her discussion with Dr. Clem Harris in Reclaiming History.

Then we have segment 2 of Climate Matters as Peter Savio speaks with Rabbi Glenn Jacob.

After that, HMM Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry interviews Bill Ritchie, President of the Albany County Central Federation of Labor.

And to close out the show, Sanctuary summer intern Mikaela Clark-Gardner interviews youth summer volunteer Genesis Cooper about her experience as a student and her thoughts on what changes could be made to make school a more enjoyable and enriching experience.

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