March 07, 2020

Hmm 3 – 6 – 20

HMM Cohosts Guy and Lovonia start the show with some headlines.

Then, we hear from Alexis Goldsmith about the Norlite incinerator in Cohoes.

Following that, on Reclaiming History, an interview with journalist and author Stephen Kinzer about the history of American interference in Iran.

After that, the band Farraday joins us in the studio and we hear more about them as well as a live performance of “Two Trees” off their newly released album, Everywhere You Go.

Then, on Upstate Housing, Michele Maserjian speaks with Assembly Candidate Sam Fein about affordable housing policy.

And to close out the show, Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry speaks with Margaret Kimberley about her first book, “Prejudential: Black America and the Presidents.”

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