July 20, 2021

HMM 07 – 19 – 21

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with Mark Dunlea who spoke with Darlene McGraw about her disability activism
Then, we hear from the student who is building a plastic free campaign on the Skidmore campus
Later on, HMM Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry Continues his segment the struggle continues and this weeks conversation is “From the Fourth of July to Juneteenth: What do they Mean to Black People?”
After that, Corrine Carey talks with local artist Armando Soto about his art at Collar City Mushroom.
Finally, we hear part two of the interview with Glenn Ciolek, theoretical and computational astrophysicist

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