February 06, 2024

HMM 02 – 05 – 2024

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,

We’ll start with Blaise Bryant exploring how Governor Hochul’s budget priorities will affect disabled folks.

Then, in time to gear up for the spring, we’ll hear from Allison Joseph, founder of the local chapter of “Black Girls Do Cycle,” about promoting diversity in cycling, where to buy a bike, and more.

Later on, Hugh Johnson joins us to talk about what’s going on with this crazy warm weather we’ve been having.

After that, one of Hudson Mohawk Magazine’s weekly co-hosts is here in her other function as an artist, to reflect on writing music about trauma and loss, and about Black Lives Matter.

Finally, continuing the theme of music, we hear about the Black Legacy Project and about Music in Common, groups that strengthen, empower, and connect communities through the universal language of music.

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