September 04, 2019

HMM 9 – 4-19

We start with the second of three segments Mark did on the Capital District Solidarity Labor Committee. He talks with our Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry who won an award for his media coverage. He also talk to Tom Ellis about the Champlian Hudson Power Express transmission lines for Hydro Quebec.

Then, we hear from Kevin Zeese about the standoff at the Venezuela Embassy for which he is on trial. He and Margaret Flowers are speaking Thurday at 7 PM at the Oakwood Community Center in Troy for the James Connolly Forum.

Afterwards, we have another Food Diary from Amy Halloran who talks with Hana Van Der Kolk.

We finish up with is part two of Collar Work’s Art Jobs, talking to Pillar Arthur-Snead, followed by Willie Terry’s coverage of the African Heritage Parade in Albany.

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