June 07, 2022

HMM 06 – 06 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with a review of the state’s disappointing progress on climate issues in the 2022 legislative session, in Mark Dunlea’s conversation with Pete Sikora of New York Communities for Change.

Then, keeping missing HMM producer Meghan Marohn close in our thoughts, we play a piece of hers from our archives.

Later on, Moses Nagel talks with Alliance for Creative Economy Executive Director Cory Aldrich about recent highlights of the local arts scene.

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

Finally, regular host Blaise Bryant brings us the weekly climate update with Meteorologist Hugh Johnson.

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