May 24, 2021

HMM 05 – 24 – 21

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with Elizabeth Press who talked with Melanie Trimble about suing the Troy police department.
Then, HMM Roaming Labor Correspondent Wille Terry continues the conversation “Policing the Black Community: Help of Social Control.”
After that, we speak with casting directors of “The Gilded Age,” the HBO TV series filming in Troy, NY.
Later on, we continue Willie Terry’s conversation with Thomas M. Grace about his experience at Kent State University during a Anti-war protest in 1970.
Finally, we hear about David Borton’s 750-mile solar boat trip from Bellingham, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska.

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