February 10, 2022

HMM 02 – 09 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with a discussion of how DEC is implementing the CLCPA with respect to permits for greenhouse gas emissions.
Then, we discuss the status of nuclear weapons in the US.
Later on, Stephanie Dudek of Troy Library shares ideas for beating the winter doldrums with books on bread making and composting.
After that, Renee Powell, President of NAACP Troy, speaks about why she became an organizer and Black leaders who inspired her.
Finally, we head into our archives to bring a recording from February 2020 in which Albany community members discussed The Brothers’ legacy.

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