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This episode of the Hudson Mohawk Magazine features Howie Hawkins, local brewing, and immigration.
Stewart Alexander talks with Howie Hawkins about his run for governor of New York.
Mark Wainwright interviews Howie Hawkins, retired Teamster who is running for Governor with the Green Party, on his reaction to the SCOTUS ruling on Janus, the state of the unions, and the UPS contract negotiation and the vote for strike authorization by the UPS Teamster membership.
Green party candidate for Governor Howie Hawkins is calling for a massive expansion of public housing in the state in an effort to make housing more affordable. But he says it’s a different approach than the old, large-scale projects of decades past.
“Those projects just increased segregation and concentrated poverty. I’m talking about high quality housing that’s mixed income - which will help reduce segregation - that’s humanly scaled on scattered sites, not concentrated in high-rises, is built in the suburbs as well as the cities, in all neighborhoods in the cities, and is green.”
Howie Hawkins, the Green Party candidate for Governor in NY, was interviewed after appearing in Albany Police Court. Hawkins was one of 55 people arrested at the state capitol at a climate change protest. In addition to climate justice, Hawkins discussed May Day, worker rights and immigration issues.
Our series of interviews with the gubernatorial candidates continues with Howie Hawkins. He's running for governor on the Green Party line once again. Hawkins has said that Democrats and Republicans have become far too alike, and have failed the people of New York.
He discusses his vision for a single payer health care system, a higher minimum wage, and more.