January 05, 2022

HMM 01 – 04 – 21

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with a review of deep concerns regarding the voting process in Rensselaer County with Noreen McKee of League of Women Voters;
Then, Willie Terry talks about the upcoming Martin Luther King Day celebrations in Troy and the significance of the celebration;
Later on, we hear how Paul Stewart has spent 23 years helping small businesses get started and has retired from his job at the Community Loan Fund of the Capital Region;
After that, Aileen Javier gives us five recommendations on ways to be active on immigration reform and social justice policies in 2022;
Finally, our weekly live discussion on climate and weather with retired meteorologist Hugh Johnson.

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