April 09, 2021

HMM 04 – 09 – 21

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
First, we talk about the state budget with Peter LaVenia of the Green Party
Then, on Reclaiming History, Dr. Myers discusses Queen Charlotte, the black queen of England who fought against slavery.
After that, we speak with advocate and survivor, Jerome Wright, about the significance of ending long-term solitary confinement in New York State
Then Julina Guo talks about how political cartoons in the mid to late 1800s depicted Chinese and other Asian Immigrant groups as the enemy
And later on we hear from some of the individuals who spoke at the recent Youth Summit in Albany
We end by honoring musician, DMX, who was pronounced dead on Friday. Dulcinea Diggs attended a vigil on Thursday and spoke with fans and loved ones

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