February 08, 2020

Hmm 2 – 7 – 20

First, Elizabeth Press brings us coverage of Friday’s Extinction Rebellion action at the New York State comptroller’s office to demand that New York State divest from fossil fuels.

Then, on Reclaiming History, Lovonia Mallory speaks with local playwright, Xavier Rene, whose play will debut at Russel Sage College in Troy on the nights of Feb 21 and 22.

After that, Paul Smart reports on a recent event celebrating the legacy of The Brothers, a group of activists who fought for racial justice in Albany in the 1960s.

Then on Upstate Housing, Michelle Maserjian speaks with Diana Foster with The Center for Independent Living, and Cea Weaver, Lead Organizer for Housing Justice for All.

And finally, Alexis Goldsmith debriefs with Bug Nichols and Jesse Marshall on Friday’s Extinction Rebellion action.

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