April 29, 2021

HMM 04 – 29 – 21

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with Paul Smart talking with Alice Green, Executive Director of the Center for Law and Justice, about repercussions of the April 22nd forced removal of protestors outside the Albany Police Department’s South Station.
Then, we hear part two of the history of MayDay as a labor celebration, with HMM’s roaming labor correspondent Willie Terry.
After that, Mark Dunlea explores what the Capital District Mayday Organizing Committee has planned for this weekend in Albany.
Later Sina Basila Hickey speaks with representatives of the Capital District Regional Planning Commission, one of many groups presenting at the ongoing Sustainable Futures Conference.
Finally, Corinne Carey talks with artists and organizers about an art event on May first at the Collar City Mushroom farm.

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