July 14, 2022

HMM 07 – 14 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Professor Emilly Obuya talking to the Water Justice Lab about environmental justice.

Then, Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry brings us interviews with panelists from the recent “Organizers on Organizing” forum at the James Connolly Social Club in Troy, Araceli Herrera and Heather Goodall, worker-organizers at Starbucks in East Greenbush and Amazon in Schodack, respectively.

Later on, Geoff Brault, Executive Director of the Downtown Troy Business Improvement District, joins us to talk all things River Festival, which happens Sunday.

After that, Anna Kathawala talks with Tistrya Houghtling about Columbia County’s first ever Climate Carnival on Saturday.

Finally, Heather Goodall, the union organizer at the Schodack Amazon facility, will join us to review workers’ grievances and preview their rally in Albany’s Washington Park on Sunday.

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