February 04, 2023

HMM 02 – 03 – 23

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Mark Dunlea exploring the All-Electric Buildings Act with Liz Moran of Earth Justice.

Next up, correspondent Elizabeth Press brings us excerpts from the recent Troy City Council meeting, where local citizens called for the city to take action on eliminating lead pipes from systems supplying water to homes and businesses.

Then, our Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry shares the second of four reports with excerpts from a speech by the Reverend Al Sharpton about the killing of Tyre NIchols in Memphis.

After that, Eunice Jeong talks with Ms. Delgado, head of Troy’s Emma Willard School’s READY program, about the health education provided to students from first-year through seniors at the school, and the program’s plans for inclusiveness.

Finally, Marsha Lazarus takes us to the Albany Institute of History and Art to learn about the Youth FX photo exhibition currently up.

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