June 03, 2022

HMM 06 – 02 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Mark Dunlea’s conversation with Sonal Jessel of WE ACT for Environmental Justice about the Cumulative Impact Act currently awaiting the governor’s signature.

Then, Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry brings us the second part of his conversation with Albany’s Brother Minister X about the legacy of Malcolm X.

Later on, we hear more from Director Ira McKinley in advance of another Capital District screening of his film “Outta the Muck” on Friday, June 3 at Albany’s First Unitarian Church.

After that, Sina Basila Hickey visited Troy Bike Rescue to get the latest on this year’s Bike Fest, happening Saturday June 4 at the Oakwood Community Center.

Finally, for our weekly check-in with a community organization, we’re joined by Mr. Jerry Ford, Vice President of the Troy Branch of the NAACP.

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