April 22, 2022

HMM 04 – 21 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

First up, Mark Dunlea brings us a preview by Food and Water Watch’s Laura Shindell of the messages lawmakers will hear at Albany’s Earth Day rally.

Then, we get some background on the history of Earth Day and what has changed.

Later on, Willie Terry caught up with the owners of Ethnicities, a clothing company featuring Black History freedom fighters, at the FreedomCon 2022 Conference.

After that, we’re joined live by Albany contributing columnist to the Washington Post, Kate Cohen, to talk about her recent piece on the Florida “don’t say gay” law.

Finally, one-time Green Party leader from Wales, now Delmar resident Pippa Bartolotti talks about her new book of climate fiction with Mark Dunlea.

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