June 01, 2022

HMM 06 – 01 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with an update on how criminal justice issues are faring at the State Capitol.

Then, we hear from Director Michael Kennedy about her new film Voices for Peace.

Later on, we hear from Wendy Burch of NAMI NYS about mental health in a time of mass murders.

After that, we talk to Kristoph DiMaria about Saturday’s walk for MS in Troy.

Finally, we hear from the director of Witness, a film about the Aref-Hossain FBI “sting” of Muslims in Albany which will be shown at the Sanctuary on June 17.

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