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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:
We begin with Mark Dunlea talking with Mark Emanation about his experience of being Cong. Tonko’s guest for president Biden’s state of the state.
Then, Willie Terry asks Brother X about who he is and his authority on issues of Black history and culture.
Later on, Moses Nagel brings us excerpts from the presentation by Canyon Ryan, from United Tenants, to the Albany Common Council about the need for affordable housing.
After that, Elizabeth Press (EP) reports on how the resident assistants at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute are working to unionize.
Finally, Brea Barthel brings us information about a local center collecting critical donations for the people displaced by Monday’s tragic earthquakes in Turkey and Syria.