August 07, 2020

HMM 8 – 7-2020

Hello Capital Region! This is the Hudson Mohawk Magazine on WOOC-LP 105.3 FM Troy, WOOS-LP 98.9 FM Schenectady, broadcasting from The Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy.

First, HMM correspondent Alexis Goldsmith talks with Jamella Anderson about the Free Food Fridge Project.

Then, On Reclaiming History, Livonia speaks with Elevate518 members Breye Boddie, Destini Harris, and Camille Hobbs about their organization and their Black Lives Matter event held on August 1st

Then, Carson Reay speaks with Troy Regenerative Farm representative Mark Russo about Urban Animal Husbandry and its benefits in the city of Troy

After that, in part six of a seven part conversation, Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry talks with long-time activist, educator, and labor organizer David V. Walker.

Finally, Jared Singer talks with Dr. Yanna Liang, Department Chair of the Department of Environmental and Sustainable Engineering at the University of Albany, about PFAS chemicals, remediation of these chemicals, and its impact on the environment.

But first, headlines.

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