September 07, 2022

HMM 09 – 07 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with part 2 of Mark Dunlea’s coverage of the Capital District Solidarity Committee Labor Day Picnic.

Then, for our peace bucket, we talk with John Amidon about the Sept. 17 Kateri Peace Conference.

After that, we have a live segment about the Sept. 8 Troy City Council resolution on Clean Slate criminal justice reform.

Later on, Hudson Mohawk Magazine is celebrating 5 years and we asked Steve Pierce about those early days.

Finally, Sept. 7 is the birthday of school teacher, poet, and long-time HMM producer Meghan Marohn, whose death was recently confirmed. We end today’s show with a collective remembrance of Meghan.

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