January 11, 2023

HMM 01 – 10 – 23

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with a look at Clean Slate, the bill to seal the records of formerly incarcerated people after they’ve served their time.

Then, Mark Dunlea’s interview with Tom McPeeters, a long time activist in Albany who will be relocating Maine in the near future.

Later on, Anthony Opalka, Historian for the City of Albany, who has a perspective of the urban renewal in the 1960’s joins us in the studio.

After that, we will present another part of Willie Terry’s coverage of the December 17 “Toys for Tots Pick Up Day” in Albany in which he interviews members of “Anuanzeh.”

Finally, Thom Francis speaks with editor and author James H. Duncan about Albany, travel, and growth. We will hear James read his poem “Albany.”

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