May 03, 2022

HMM 05 – 02 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Mark Dunlea’s on-the-scene report of an April 30th rally at the Governor’s mansion in Albany demanding that the Norlite hazardous waste incinerator be shut down.

Then, Jess Bennett, from Friends of the Mahicantuck, talks about the importance of saving “1011,” the last untouched waterfront forest in the city of Troy.

Later on, Hudson Mohawk Magazine correspondent Eunice Jeong talks with Doctor Shahrzad Ghourchian of Siena College about medical economic disparities and challenges.

After that, Reif Larsen takes us into the new Focus Lab exhibition in Troy about the Hudson waterfront.

Finally, our Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry reports from the April 28th “Workers Memorial Day” event at the Labor Council.

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