October 14, 2021

HMM 10 – 14 – 21

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with information about a rally to be held in Troy on Friday October 15th to protest the way immigrants are treated by U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement, known as ICE.
Then, we’ll hear an excerpt from a September 13th conference on voting rights sponsored by the U.S. Congressional Black Caucus Foundation.
After that, in the latest installment of Election Watch 2021, we’ll hear from Rensselaer County Judge Jill Kehn about the role of a family court judge, and her views on how race and class affect those coming before her in the courtroom.
After that, we have a look at “Whitewashed: the Racism Project,” a locally produced film about racial experiences that will be presented in Albany’s Madison Theater.
And in our final segment, we’ll hear from singer, songwriter, and storyteller Kenyatta Emmanuel about his journey from prison to Carnegie Hall, and challenges along the way.

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