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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:
We begin with a live interview with Bill Ritchie about the May 10 labor history film “The Inheritance.”
Then, we hear from two members of the local Mothers Out Front group who spoke out at the recent Norlite protest.
Later on, we hear about the protest at the Clinton Park Target store where an African-American child with autism was tackled by a deputy sheriff and his sister was then arrested when she intervened.
After that, Demian DinéYazhi’ of R.I.S.E talks about the complications around visibility of Indigenous culture and issues and the role of art in the success of social movements.
Finally, Brea Barthel provides us with a report from Tuesday’s rally at the State Capitol on reproductive rights.