January 29, 2022

HMM 01 – 28 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with Mark Dunlea’s interview on the New York for All Act which prohibits government officials from asking someone their immigration status.
Then, Corinne Carey brings us an interview on The Clean Slate NY campaign which clears past conviction records.
Later on, Elizabeth Press follows up with Black Lives Matter activist Jamaica Miles after all charges against her were dismissed.
After that, Jody Cowan brings us a clip from our past MLK event in which Team HERO youth and poet Ian Macks speak.
Finally, Moses Nagel heads to The Arts Center of the Capital Region for Screen Bathing, the current installation by Adam Tinkle.

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