June 21, 2023

HMM 06 – 20 – 2023

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,

First, Jodi Smits Anderson of the Albany Riverfront Collaborative outlines alternate visions which embrace community, climate resiliency, and increased access to the Hudson River.

Then, HMM Reporter Dulicina Diggs sat down with AWS Software Engineer Casey Gerena to discuss why he pursued degrees in STEM

Later on, In this segment, Wille recorded Ashley Mayfield singing the Black National Anthem, and he interviewed Renee Powell, President of the Troy NAACP, about the Juneteenth event.

After that, Azuré Keahi chats with Troy metal sculptor Fredda Merzon about gardens, found object art, and her upcoming botanical sculpture show in Troy beginning Friday, 23rd, throughSunday the 25th.

Finally, In this week’s “Talking with Poets” Thom Francis speaks with Luis ‘L-Majesty’ Pabon. We hear his new poem, “Did you make it home safe tonight?”

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