July 29, 2022

HMM 07 – 28 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with the latest news from Heather Goodall, Campaign Manager for the Amazon Labor Union organizing drive at the Schodack Warehouse.

Then, Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry shifts gears to bring us excerpts from Poet D. Colin’s poetry reading at last week’s Troy Art Center Fish Market Community Engagement Project Event.

Later on, our very own H. Bosh, Jr. brings us the second part of his Triple E’s interview with Darrell Cook.

After that, director of “Into Loving Hands” Victoria Kereszi talks with midwife, Michelle Doyle, and the mother, Rebecca Williams, about the right to choose how to birth and accept death.

Finally, in our weekly check-in with a member organization of the MLK Labor and Community Network, Doug Bullock of the Solidarity Committee of the Capital Region joins us to talk about the Labor Day Picnic and other local labor news.

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