HMM 05 – 23 – 22
Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:
We begin with a discussion with our Plastics correspondent Alexis Goldsmith about a new initiative to encourage Meals on Wheels programs to stop using disposable food containers.
Then, we hear a first-hand account of what happens when people are not given the right to an abortion and how lives were lost before Roe v Wade.
Later on, Andrea Cunliffe talks with representatives from two groups collaborating on creating open space and woods in South Troy.
After that, our roaming labor correspondent Willie Terry brings us part two of excerpts from a May 3rd speech at Siena College by Martin Luther King III.
And we end with our usual weekly discussion with retired meteorologist Hugh Johnson, this time talking about a recent report from the World Meteorological Association.