April 15, 2021

HMM 04 – 15 – 21

This is the Hudson Mohawk Magazine broadcasting from the Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy, NY.
Today we begin with Paul Smart reporting on Wednesday’s rallies in Albany in response to the killing of Daunte Wright in Minnesota.
Then, Willie Terry speaks with Labor organizer and Activist, Art Fleischner, about the history of MayDay in the Capital Region.
Later on, Sina Basila Hickey met with Amy Klein of Capital Roots to talk about her presentation at the upcoming Sustainable Futures Conference.
After that, we hear from another speaker at the Sustainable Futures Conference, climate activist and student, Melissa Hoffman, who spoke with the Sanctuary’s Water Justice Fellows.
Finally, we hear about an event taking place with weekend, Flowers for Black Life. Melissa Bromley gets the details from organizers, Amani Olugbala and Angela Beallor.

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