October 12, 2022

HMM 10 – 11 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Mark Dunlea’s interview with the Rivers & Mountains GreenFaith Circle about banks’ roles in financing fossil fuels and the upcoming Oct. 14 climate rally addressing that.

Then, Marsha Lazarus brings us a story about the African-American History Project from the Albany Institute of History and Art.

Later on, we have two candidate profiles.
First, Corinne Carey’s interview with Troy City Council District 2 candidate Ryan Brosnan
Followed by Andrea Cunliffe’s interview with Troy City Judge Matthew Turner who is running for reelection.

And we end today’s program with the band Al Bilali Soudan from Timbuktu, Mali, who will be performing at the Sanctuary on Sunday October 16th.

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