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After co-hosts Anna and Michele bring us the headlines, we hear about the BioHiTech solid waste proposal with Victoria Leung, an attorney for Riverkeeper, in an interview with Mark Dunlea.
Then, WOOC correspondent Elizabeth Press speaks with Times Union Editor Casey Seiler on his latest column in the paper, “Madden’s silence endures” regarding the Troy Mayor’s role in the handling of the Edson Thevenin case.
And later on, HMM producer Peter Sergay caught up with Brooks Ginnan, Albany native, international model, and music performer. They speak about their upcoming album.
After that, we hear from Hudson Mohawk Magazine Roaming Labor Correspondent, Willie Terry, after he attended the Poor People’s Campaign, ”Mass Poor People Assembly and Moral March” virtual rally hosted in Washington, DC.
And to close out the show, Corinne Carey brings us her coverage of the candlelight vigil and protest in front of the Grace Baptist Church in Lansingburgh on Monday night, where she heard from some of the attendees.