July 20, 2021

HMM 07 – 20 – 21

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with a story on housing rights and speak with representatives from Poor People’s Army about the recent lawsuit against HUD
Then, we hear from singer Perley Rousseau who talks about how music can connect the public with the issues surrounding Norlite
Later on, the Sanctuary for Independent Media is hiring a Development Director! We speak with Melissa Bromley who has had the position for the last 5 years to learn more
After that, we have our final segment in the discussion “From the Fourth of July to Juneteenth: What do they Mean to Black People?”
Finally, we have an interview with Albany Center Gallery director Tony Iadicicco

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