Power & Politics Full Show: Improving the lives of Black people in the Hudson Valley

Newburgh raised a pan-African flag this week to represent the African American heritage of many of its residents, but what more can and should be done to improve the lives of Black people in the Hudson Valley?

News 12 Staff

Feb 6, 2022, 5:52 PM

Updated 892 days ago

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Newburgh raised a pan-African flag this week to represent the African American heritage of many of its residents, but what more can and should be done to improve the lives of Black people in the Hudson Valley?
Scott McGee speaks to Wilbur Aldridge, the Mid-Hudson regional director of the NAACP, and Rev. Margaret Coleman, a former Tuckahoe trustee – the first Black woman elected to that position. She is currently a member of Indivisible and a teacher in Yonkers.


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