August 19, 2021

HMM 08 – 19 – 21

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with hearing from Cornell Professor Bob Howarth, a member of the New York State climate action council about Blue Hydrogen
Then, Willie Terry covers Rev. Dr. William J, Barber III speak at a press conference sponsored by the Poor People’s Campaign
Later on, we hear why keeping the New York Public Library Picture Collection open to the public is so important
After that, Remus Duggan speaks with Uptown Summer intern Ian Justino about making music, films and the Uptown Summer youth program.
Finally, Moses Nagel talks with the founders and artists at the Cranberry Lake Art Show.

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