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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:
We begin with a report from Mark Dunlea regarding immigrant rights advocates and legislative supporters who gathered on June 1 at the state capitol to call for passage of the New York for All law before lawmakers adjourn on June 8.
Then, we hear Part 1 of an interview with Young Futures’ founder James Mitchell. James spoke with producer Marsha Lazarus about when and how Young Futures and the Financial Art Literacy program began.
Later on, Dulcinia Diggs covers the Veg Out festival has been a hit in Troy for over the past 3 years; Although Cap Region Vegans have been a staple in The Capital Region as a whole for 17 years.
After that, Brea Barthel covers the news that food pantries throughout the country, and even here in the Capital Region, are facing a double whammy of increased need and decreased funding.
Finally, hip hop artist Lil Kyo XR describes his influences, creative process, and abstract-view of musical lyricism in this interview conducted by Tria Luv.