July 29, 2022

HMM 07 – 29 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with a look at child nutrition and federal funding.

Then, we examine homelessness through the activism of Izel Joseph Dickerson in Troy.

Later on, activist and community organizer Alexis Goldsmith talks with us about Norlite and plastics pollution.

After that, New York Council on Problem Gambling joins us to explain problem gambling and what help is out there.

Finally, we hear from Troy Middle School students.

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