September 06, 2021

HMM 09 – 06 – 21

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, we bring you a special Labor Day episode and will be highlighting previously aired labor segments. We begin with Yvonne Moore and Mat Callahan, musicians who looked at the history of struggle in song to create a songbook. Then, we have a TripleE’s segment from back in February with Denise Berkley, Statewide Executive Vice President for CSEA. Later on, we look back at the May Day Zoom Teach In and hear from Jaribu Hill, Executive Director of the Mississippi Workers Center for Human Rights. After that, we hear part of Virtual Moral Monday press conference that was a call for voting rights and economic justice in America. Finally, we end with a current interview on labor in the Capital Region. He speak with Kaleb Winters who was recently elected as the Vice-President of the Troy Area Labor Council.

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