January 15, 2022

HMM 01 – 14 – 21

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with Eric Weltman of Food and Water Watch who spoke with Mark Dunlea about the group’s climate legislative agenda.
Then, we hear from an advocacy day in which bills were pushed to ensure that people in prison have real opportunities for parole by Elizabeth Press.
Later on, Brea Barthel heads to the Troy Public Library to Talk About Books.
After that, we put our focus on the upcoming Troy community MLK event on January 17th and first hear from speaker and candidate for Rensselaer County Executive Gwen Wright speak with Jody Cowan.
And we finish up today’s show with an interview of our MC of the MLK event, Jerry Ford, speaking with Renee Powell, both of Troy NAACP.

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