HMM 03 – 16 – 23
Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:
We begin with Mark Dunlea’s report on the Albany County Executive’s Climate Resiliency Plan.
Then, for this week’s labor segment, Willie Terry brings us part of the conversation that took place after the screening of “Till” as part of Black History Month.
Later on, Triple Es is back, and this week H Bosh Jr interviews Andrea ‘The Chocolate Butterfly’ Williams about her business BeUButterfly.
After that, we hear from a mother who was impacted by the work from Dr. David Carpenter, the professor who will be celebrated this Sunday at The Sanctuary for Independent Media and awarded with the Good Trouble Award.
Finally, we interview Susan Brink who is returning live Jazz Sanctuary programming to Sanctuary Radio from 7pm-10pm weekdays.