May 26, 2022

HMM – 05 – 25 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with an interview with Alÿcia Bacon of Mothers out Front about supporting Indigenous rights in the state climate master plan.

Then, we hear from poet Dan Wilcox of Veterans for Peace about why they march in the Albany Memorial Day Parade.

Later on, Willie Terry interviews Martin Luther King III after the speech about “Strengthening the Bonds of Racial Justice” at Siena College.

After that, Renee Powell, local president of the NAACP, discusses their May 26 virtual forum on hate crimes.

We finish with a segment on the importance of foster care in Troy.

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