May 06, 2022

HMM 05 – 06 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Mark Dunlea’s conversation with Jerry Mitchell who has been awarded The Nellie Bly Award for Investigative Reporting.

Then, Willie Terry brings us more coverage from the Albany May Day event.

Later on, Jeff Jones reflects on the life of Kathy Boudin, activist confronting racism, supporting the Black freedom struggle, and co-founder of RAPP (Release Aging People from Prison).

After that, Moses Nagel speaks with Corey Aldrich of ACE! about the creative economy in the Capital Region.

Finally, Ian Romake interviews musician Ruth Pelham about the Music Mobile, her Jewish roots, and how she chooses to age her way.

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