February 11, 2022

HMM 02 – 10 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with Corinne Carey bringing us a look at how Troy’s Republican-majority City Council is trying to change the makeup of the city’s first independent redistricting commission.
Then, roaming labor correspondent Willie Terry brings us part two of his recent update on the Solidarity Committee of the Capital District, with Doug Bullock.
Later on, Capital District Latinos tell us about their full-care vaccine drive that goes beyond just providing COVID-19 protection.
After that, Brea Barthel is talking about books with Carol Roberts of the Troy Public Library who has many recommendations for books on black history for youth.
And we end with Sanctuary executive director Steve Pierce coming to the studio to update us on the progress on the construction of our NATURE Lab.

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