December 17, 2021

HMM 12 – 16 – 21

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with part two of a discussion with Alice Green, founder and director of the Center for Law and Justice, about her new book, and her decades of activism in Albany;
Then, we get an on-the-scene report of a December 11th picket by the Communication Workers of America against the AT&T authorized retail stores;
Later on, Diana Barnes of Skidmore College explores how identity and politics play out in borderlands such as the US and Mexico border;
Finally, H. Bosh Jr. interviews Jerry Ford and Uncle Mac about our holiday past interfaith holiday events and this Saturday’s “Light Coming out of Darkness” event in Troy’s Freedom Square.

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