April 14, 2022

HMM 04 – 14 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with Michael Richardson of the River and Mountains GreenFaith Circle talking with Mark Dunlea about upcoming area Earth Day events.

Then, Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry takes us to the Labor Luncheon at the 51st Annual New York State Black and Puerto Rican, Hispanic, and Asian Legislative Conference in Albany, where Chris Smalls of the Amazon Labor Union was honored.

Later on, Sarah Abraham interviews a co-sponsor of the upcoming Mushroom Symposium on why harm reduction is important when legalizing drugs.

After that, HMM Correspondent Jacob Boston brings us another view of e-sports at Troy High School.

Finally, we’re joined by Saratoga Springs Finance Commissioner Minita Sanghvi to talk about her new participatory budgeting initiative.

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