Podcasts: podcasts

Thevenin Case on Track for Trial


On March 15, 2021, the Second Court of Appeals rejected the City of Troy’s …

NAACP Founders Day


On Sunday, February 28, local chapters of the NAACP held a rousing online ceremony …

Lessons Learned from the Civil Rights Movement to Black Lives Matter (Part 6)


WOOC Roaming Labor Correspondent, Willie Terry, started a new segment entitled “The Struggle Continues.” …

Anti-Asian Violence with Wayne Ho


Wayne Ho, President & CEO of Chinese-American Planning Council, Inc., spoke with HMM’s Sina …

Brunch & Budget


Pamela Capalad is the Founder and Lead Financial Advisor at Brunch & Budget whose …

Mushroom Business Opens in Troy


The COVID-19 pandemic has shuttered so many local businesses, but some have seized the …

Sarah McGauhnea Talks About Teen Dating Violence


February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month and Sarah McGaughnea talks about teen dating …

Reflection on Views of Malcolm X as Expressed by Bro. X – Part 1


On February 21, 1965, at the Audubon Ballroom in Harlem, New York, African American …

Dunlea Talks Greens Eco Action And Texas


Texas experienced a major loss of power and water during President’s week because the …

Scientific Knowledge is Power: Nature Lab Podcast Episode 5


The scientific literacy fostered by community science centers can be an effective means of …

TripleE and Denise Berkley Talk CSEA – Part 1


TripleE’s host, H. Bosh Jr, speaks with Denise Berkley, Statewide Executive Vice President for …

Troy Foundry Theatre Digital Gala


HMM Reporter Garrett McCarey speaks with the Troy Foundry Theatre’s David Girard, Artistic Director …

Connors of CASE Talks Renewable Energy Fair


Community Advocates for a Sustainable Environment (CASE) will hold their 5th annual Renewable Energy …

Community Choice Aggregation In The Capital Region


HMM’s Andrea Cunliffe interviews HMM’s Mark Dunlea about the status of Community Choice Aggregation …

Ponca Tribe and the BFFP


257 organizations signed a letter to Congress with recommendations to address plastic pollution and …

How Students Handle Online Learning


Shawn McGarrity, a UAlbany junior in the department of Atmospheric Sciences, talks to Media …

Black Workers in Time of COVID – Part 3


WOOC Roaming Labor Correspondent, Willie Terry, started a new segment entitled “The Struggle Continues.” …

Lombardo Talks UNAC and Biden Administration


Joe Lombardo of Delmar, the national co-chair of the United National Anti-war Coalition, discusses …

Musicambia and Attacca Quartet with Nathan Schram


GRAMMY Award-winning composer, entrepreneur, and violist of the Attacca Quartet, Nathan Schram, speaks with …

Avian Preservation: An Audubon Society Interview


Birds are both essential parts of ecosystems and fascinating creatures that help make the …