June 15, 2022

HMM 06 – 14 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Mark Dunlea speaking with Albany County Legislator Dustin Reidy about his proposed gun legislation bill.

Then, Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry headed to the West Capital Park to hear from speakers at the March On Our Lives to end gun violence.

Later on, we get introduced to Ellie Irons, our new NATURE Lab community science educator and lab manager.

After that, we speak with Leena Al-Arian, Executive Director of Coalition for Civil Freedoms, one of the co-sponsors of the film screening of “Witness,” the documentary screening this Friday at the Sanctuary.

Finally, we get some insight into the high school experience with Jacob Boston.

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