August 27, 2021

HMM 08 – 27 – 21

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with reflections on the Afghanistan situation from Code Pink founder Medea Benjamin.
Then, we hear about an upcoming memorial of the 8th anniversary of Darryl Mount’s death following an encounter with Saratoga police
Later on, we have a report on a vigil by a group called “Say No to Hate Upstate” opposed to an event featuring a member of a notorious anti-Muslim group.
After that, Jade Warrick talks about the project she leads, Amplified Voice
Finally, we end with a live interview with Laura Rose, who is organizing a South End Pollinators Day event on Tuesday featuring the release of monarch butterflies.

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