March 14, 2023

HMM 03 – 14 – 23

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Mark Dunlea’s story about a recent report saying that replacing all fossil fuels with renewables by 2030 would save New Yorkers billions of dollars.

Then, Niko Nagel-Dreby reports on the “James and the Giant Peach” play production at his elementary school.

Later on, Brea Barthel shares book titles for youth that are focused on women’s history.

After that, Marsha Lazarus highlights Jean Fei for her 25 years of work to dismantle racism.

Finally, we follow Andrea Cunliffe along as artist ransome shows her around the Opalka Gallery in his current exhibition “Up South: Reflections on the Great Migration.”

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