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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:
We begin by debunking myths about the All-Electric Buildings Act. Mark Dunlea speaks with Michael Hernandez of Rewiring America.
Then, for our labor bucket, Willie Terry reports from a rally where RPI resident assistants called for their unionizing efforts to be recognized voluntarily by the Institute.
Later on, Fred Miller of Kaleel Jamison Consulting Group talks to Marsha Lazarus about bringing all of our differences to work.
After that, the documentary film “Searching for Timbuctoo” will be shown at the Albany Institute of History and Art on Sunday. Brea Barthel gets us the scoop.
Finally, Shania Jackson, secretary of NAACP Troy and a spoken word performer at this Saturday’s Black History Month celebration, joins me to talk about the upcoming event.