February 23, 2024

HMM 02 – 22 – 24

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,

First, Elizabeth EP Press sits down with attorney Ian Silverman to discuss the lawsuit Tiffani Thomas Silverman filed against Mayor Mantello’s Administration for refusal to recognize her appointment by former Mayor Madden to the Zoning Board of Appeals in Troy.

Then, Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry continues his interview with Sean Collins, Troy Area Labor Council President and Labor Organizer for Service Employees International Union (SEIU).

Later on, Sina Basila Hickey chats with Debora Brown, President of the Albany NAACP, and Beverly Ivy, Chair of the Civic Engagement for the Albany NAACP, about an event happening at The Albany Institute of History and Art on February 25th.

After that, Brea Barthel and Albany area “sewist” Lynn DeMaria talk about how learning the techniques of sewing helps individuals support environmental sustainability by reducing landfill, preserving cherished items, and more.

Finally, Alisha Washington speaks with Cheryl Marrion, co-founder of Flutters Of Hope Inc., a non-profit organization that supports and advocates for individuals combating and recovering from an eating disorder, to better understand the struggle, the road ahead for individuals facing eating disorders, and the stress it places on the family.

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