March 17, 2022

HMM 03 – 17 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with Mark Dunlea telling us about the upcoming March 24th virtual Health Justice Town Hall to be sponsored by the Poor People’s Campaign.
Then, roaming labor correspondent Willie Terry brings us part four of his interview with Saladin Muhammed, founder of the group Black Workers for Justice.
Later on, Sarah Abraham interviews Aileen Javier about her work with the People’s Health Sanctuary and her view of radio as important activism.
After that, producer Jacob Boston talks with varsity football player Michael Brown about the trials and tribulations of a student athlete from freshman year through senior year.
Finally, Andrea Cunliffe brings us a story about rehabilitation in prison and reentry after incarceration.

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