May 20, 2022

HMM 05 – 19 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with the legislative advocacy unveiled at the 40th birthday party for New York’s bottle bill, brought to us by Mark Dunlea.

Then, Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry talks with Albany’s Brother Minister X about his impressions of Malcolm X, on what would have been his 97th birthday.

Later on, Sina Basila Hickey talks with D Colin, artist in residence at the Fish Market in Troy.

After that, Brea Barthel visits the open house of the Vegetable Project at Albany’s Myers middle and high schools.

Finally, in our weekly check-in with a community group, Debra Garrett and Carolyn Hopkins-Lewis join us to talk about Shades of Cocoa.

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