July 10, 2020

HMM 7 – 9-20

Hello Capital Region! This is the Hudson Mohawk Magazine broadcasting from the Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy, NY.

Tonight, a new report from the Center for Community Alternatives and Citizen Action analyzes the role of Police Unions, Campaign Contributions and the Political Fight to Rollback Bail Reform on incarceration.

Next, we hear from TripleE’s host, H. Bosh Jr. speaking with Lana Ortiz, a professional photographer about getting started in photography, creating surrealistic images, and digital photo technology.

Then, Bettina Love, a panelist at the “Abolitionist Teaching and the Future of Schools” Haymarket Books zoom conference, speaks about abolition and social justice.

Up next, we continue our discussion with Capital Area Labor Federation’s Mark Emanation on next week’s drive-thru food pantry and community need

For our final segment, we preview a march against gun violence organized by local mothers, happening this Sunday.
But first, some headlines:

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