January 31, 2020

Hmm 01 – 30 – 20

Hello Capital Region! This is the Hudson Mohawk Magazine on the Hudson Mohawk Radio Network.

Tonight we hear from Sam Wells City of Albany Building and Codes, regarding the recent $1 million dollar grant the City of Albany received to combat blight, then Hudson Mohawk correspondent, Willie Terry, speaks with Monica Kasongo Lika at the 2019 Black Expo.

Next we have a live interview with Michael Williams’ Block Buster concert to be held Valentine’s Day at Troy music Hall .

Then, We’ll also hear from those attending the Global Day of Protest calling for no war with Iran, held on Saturday, Jan 25th.

Then part two of HMM correspondent Alexis’s Goldsmith’s conversation with climate activist Alan Rosenfeld who was arrested at the Colorado State of the State on January 9th.

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