April 04, 2023

HMM 04 – 04 – 2023

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with the public comments from the Albany Common Council meeting addressing the proposal to increase affordable housing. Moses Nagel reports.

Then, Hudson Mohawk Magazine Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry was at the Capitol Million Dollar Staircase to cover the protest call for a $21.25 minimum wage and index it with inflation by 2026

Later on, Andrea Cunlife speaks with Teacher/Instructor Leah Gooch about bringing Yoga, Meditation and Writing skills inside federal correctional facilities

After that, Caelan and David will host a live interview with Suzanne Spellen about the former Burden Iron Works in South Troy;

Finally, we bring Thom Francis’ interview with three poets from Albany, Tom Nattel, Charlie Rossiter and Dan Wilcox.

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