January 14, 2022

HMM 01 – 13 – 21

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with Mark Dunlea’s report on a January 11th gathering to demand that Governor Hochul do more for climate action.
Then, Willie Terry looks at food distribution programs in Troy coordinated by Catholic Charities and the Capital District Area Labor Federation.
Later on, Brea Barthel talks about books with Stephanie Dudek of Troy Public Library.
After that, Andrea Cunliffe talks with fellow volunteer producer Jody Cowan about his views on community news.
Finally, my Sina Basila Hickey talks with Leon Van Dyke about how he and his long history of activism in Albany relate to the legacy of Martin Luther King.

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