May 21, 2021

HMM 05 – 21 – 21

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
To start off, Paul Smart brings us coverage of the Albany Common Council’s recent discussion of Good Cause Eviction legislation.
Then, on Reclaiming History, we speak with Ally Henry, host of the podcast, Combing the Roots.
After that, HMM’s Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry speaks with Thomas M. Grace, survivor of the 1970 Kent State shootings, and author of “Kent State: Death and Dissent in the Long Sixties.”
After that, Sina Basila Hickey speaks with Luz Marquez-Benbow about the Memorial Altar at Freedom Square, and altars as a form of resistance.
And to close out the show, McKenna Conners brings us her interview with Scott Kellogg, educational director for the Radix Ecological Sustainability Center.

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