May 28, 2021

HMM 05 – 28 – 21

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with Paul Smart’s coverage of Albany’s plans to demolish the Lincoln Towers, three city-owned high-rise apartments in the South End of Albany.
Then, we head to a military-themed restaurant where Masha Miller interviews co-owner of Mess Hall, Noelle Hardy
Later on, Willie Terry brings us part 7 of a roundtable discussion on “Policing the Black Community: Help or Social Control,” featuring panelists David Walker, Leon VanDyke, Carlo Dufflar, and Angel Martinez.
After that, we hear part two of Andrea Cunliffe’s coverage of the press conference to urge the Rensselaer Board of Elections to add more early voting sites
Finally, singer, filmmaker, and activist Taina Asili talks about her return to live performance post-pandemic, as well as her new song and music video, “The Struggle Carries On.”

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