May 17, 2024

HMM 05 – 17 – 24

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

First, Mark Dunlea brings us coverage from a recent report on Capital Complex’s need for fossil fuels from SHARE.

Then, Moses Nagel speaks with John Levendosky about the Albany Community Police Review Board’s struggle with Local Law J.

Later on, Mekhi King talks to Ray Bridges about the Black and Wild organization, bringing BIPOC folks outdoors.

After that, Sina Basila Hickey speaks with Andrew Elizer, author of “Simply Put.”

Finally, in this week’s American tastes segment, Skidmore student Landon Allis tells us all about farmers markets.

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