After co-hosts Andrea and Spencer bring us the headlines, we hear part two of a three-part report on the Poor People’s Campaign digital gathering assembly.
Then, Carolyn McLaughlin discusses the new development proposed for Albany South End.
And later on, retired policeman Wayne Neal speaks about his thoughts on policing in part one of a two part interview.
After that, Kathe Kennedy, the founder of Indigo Botanic Co., talks about her experience as a cosmetologist with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.
Finally, Melissa Bromley interviews Michael McDonough about natural building techniques.