HMM 07 – 02 – 21
Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
To start the show, Mark Dunlea speaks with Rachel Fauss of Reinvent Albany about the New York State legislative session that adjourned in June.
Then, we speak with educator, researcher, activist, artist, and glaucoma patient, Nora Schaffer, about Pfizer’s decision to stop producing the glaucoma drug phospholine iodide.
After that, on Willie Terry’s The Struggle Continues, we hear from David Walker, Leon VanDyke, Carlo Dufflar, and Angel Martinez in a panel discussion called “From the Fourth of July to Juneteenth: What do they Mean to Black People?”
Then, Byron Russ join Hudson Mohawk Magazine producer Elizabeth Press from Sing Sing Prison in Ossining, NY to talk about his rehabilitation process as well as his case for clemency.
And to close out the show, Corinne Carey speaks with local farmer and livestock manager, Justin Butts, about raising pigs, making soap, and working at Laughing Earth Farm in Cropseyville.