October 22, 2020

HMM 10 – 21 – 2020

Hello Capital Region! This is the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, broadcasting from the Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy, NY.

Today, Joel Berg of Hunger Free America joins HMM’s Mark Dunlea to discuss efforts to increase voting among low-income individuals

Then, the Memorial Field for Black Lives comes to SUNY Albany on November second. We speak with Marth Swan of John Brown Lives.

And later on, we have the first episode of Birth Justice, a new podcast series, with HMM’s Catherine Rafferty and guest, midwife Jennifer Scott

After that, HMM’s Aileen Javier speaks with Black Lives Matter activist Luz Marquez about surviving sexual assault and ending violence in Troy

Finally, we hear part of the Albany County Legislature’s October 13th meeting. But first, headlines!

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