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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with Mark Dunlea talking with Jasmine Gripper of the Alliance for Quality Education about a recent report identifying New York as the state with the highest rate of racial segregation in schools.
Then, our roaming labor correspondent Willie Terry brings us part two of his interview with Saladin Mohammed of Black Workers for Justice.
After that, Brea Barthel talks with my co-host Blaise Bryant to give us the perspective of a disabled person navigating snowbanks on sidewalks in winter, and the importance of everyone keeping walkways and crosswalks clear of snow.
We then join Corinne Carey to visit a new Troy taco restaurant that combines Cajun and Creole flavors.
Finally, we hear about the healing with music, community, and the upcoming Digital Altar event coming to the Sanctuary from one of the participating artists, Géraldine Eguiluz.