March 29, 2022

HMM 03 – 29 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with Mark Dunlea’s conversation with Howie Hawkins about the Green Party’s budget agenda this year.
Then, Moses Nagel speaks with Schenectady School Board Member, Jamaica Miles, about the controversial plan to use the school budget to pay to embed six police officers in the public schools, to be discussed in the March 30 school board meeting.
Later on, Troy Foundry Theatre tells us about the importance of spaces for art and play and how one can experience “The Broken Record and The Oddity.”
After that, we hear from Heidi Boisvert, this week’s presenter for the virtual series “BioArt Talks at CBIS” on April 1 (no joke).
Finally, HMM host and producer, our very own Caelan McPherson, talks with the executive director of a community radio station in Albuquerque New Mexico, in the fifth episode of his series, Is Radio Dying?

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