August 10, 2021

HMM 08 – 10 – 21

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with meeting the new executive director of a nonprofit in Albany’s South End called “A Village.”
Then, we hear about the Iroquois Indian Museum in Howes Cave, New York, and a bit of history of the Iroquois Confederation in what is now Western and Central New York state.
Later on, the president of the Troy chapter of the Troy Chapter of NAACP discusses the history of systemic racism and how it affects people of color.
After that, we hear another report on “As the World Turns,” looking at the effects of climate change.
We end with hearing from an Uptown Summer youth program reporter in an interview with the coordinator of the Sanctuary’s Collard City Garden.

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