March 12, 2020

Hmm 3 – 11 – 20

First, HMM Cohosts Mark and Andrea start the show with some headlines.

Then, we hear more about the opening of the “Climates and Inequality” exhibit in Albany.

After that, HMM correspondent Cameron Lewis speaks with students from Troy Prep High School about school violence.

And later on, a discussion about earth’s surface temperature with retired meteorologist, Hugh Johnson, in Part 3 of “As the World Turns”.

After that, Willie Terry talks with Jennifer Thompson Burns on the Troy African American Community before the Civil War.

Then, on Schenectady Today segment where we hear from Richard Zazycki about the CASH coalition, the VITA program, and how you can get your taxes done for free.

Finally, we hear from Cohoes Mayor Bill Keeler who spoke with HMM Correspondent Alexis Goldsmith about Saratoga Sites, the low-income housing facility located next to the smokestacks.

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