January 28, 2022

HMM 01 – 27 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with Dr. Alice Green talking with Mark Dunlea about issues related to the recent shooting of Jordan Young by Albany police.
Then, Willie Terry shares an interview from Work Week Radio about the importance of media involvement in the labor movement.
Later on, Sister Betsy Van Deusen of Catholic Charities talks with Brea Barthel about how that organization collaborates with businesses and volunteers to offer free food at events around the area.
After that, Jody Cowan brings us another excerpt from the January 17th celebration to honor Martin Luther King Jr., this one featuring Jess Bennett of Friends of the Mahicantuck, Dan Lyles from Collectiveffort, and Debra Garrett from Shades of Cocoa.
Finally, Adam Pelletier of Troy Area Labor Council tells us about his organization and some of their causes.

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