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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:
We begin with Mark Dunlea’s conversation with Howie Hawkins, Green Party nominee for governor, about the ways the Democratic Party in New York suppresses third parties.
Then, Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry talks with the current and former presidents of the Albany County Labor Federation, Ibrahím Pedriñán and Bill Richie about the votes to unionize at the Latham and Stuyvesant Plaza Starbucks.
Later on, Jody Cowan talks with Lily Mercogliano-Easton, director of Wa Wa Segowea, a sleep away summer camp in the Berkshires, about their open house on Saturday and what campers can expect from this summer’s program.
After that, Andrea Cunliffe walks with curator Judith Braun through a juried exhibit of art by mothers called “Painted at Night,” at Collar Works.
Finally, for our weekly check-in with a community group, Troy Area Labor Council President Adam Pelletier drops in with their latest.