April 28, 2021

HMM 04 – 28 – 21

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with an interview with Jamaica Miles of All of US about police reform efforts in the Cities of Schenectady and Albany.
Then, we cover the Earth Day Rally urging Congressmember Tonko to become a true climate champion.
Later on, Willie Terry talks to the head of the Albany Central Labor Council re the importance of May Day, including events planned locally this year
After that, we hear from Tina Lieberman about her workshop at the Sustainable Futures Conference on getting renewable energy in local communities.
Finally, we have a second segment on the conference, talking with Melissa Auf der Maur, of Basilica Hudson about “Climate Change & the Cultural Sector”

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