August 16, 2022

HMM 08 – 16 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Rev. Richard Witt of Rural Migrant Ministry who was interviewed by Mark Dunlea about the decades long struggle to lower the hours of allowed overtime hours for farmworkers.

Then, Executive Director of Hudson River Foundation, Jonathan Kramer, joins us to talk about the research that came out of this past year’s Tibor T Polgar Fellowships.

Later on, Corinne Carey interviewed Congressperson Paul Tonko about his run for reelection.

After that, math specialist Lisa Danello Chase is interviewed by Sina Basila Hickey about her work with math recovery.

Finally, Brea Barthel takes us to the Troy Public Library in Lansingburgh to get book suggestions ranging from gardening to Asian-American culture.

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