May 04, 2021

HMM 05 – 04 – 21

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with a recap of the town hall meeting “Community Investment, Not Community Police” that was presented by the Sanctuary for independent media
Then, we speak with Branda Miller, the filmmaker behind Witness to the Future; this film about the struggle for environmental justice turns 25!
Later on, part 2 of the ‘May Day Zoom Teach-in.’ presentation given by Jaribu Hill, Executive Director of the Mississippi Workers Center for Human Rights.
After that, we’ll hear from organizers of the May 1st Troy city celebration called Troja Est Open and it’s nighttime feature: a drone light show over the Hudson River.
Finally, local recording artist Elena Cruz-Allen, aka Triya Love, defines her music style and goals

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