November 22, 2020

HMM 11 – 20 – 20

Hello Capital Region! This is the Hudson Mohawk Magazine on WOOC-LP 105.3 FM Troy and WOOS-LP 98.9 FM Schenectady broadcasting from The Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy. Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,

First, Michelle Maserjian speaks with Melanie Trimble, of the Capital Region Chapter of the NY Civil Liberties Union, about the pros and cons of the police reform proposals put forth by the Albany Common Council.

Then, Andrea Cunliffe brings us the Troy Waterfront Farmers Market’s Autumn report with Steve Rider, who talks about autumn harvest and the winter move to Lansingburg.

After that, Elizabeth Press speaks with influential feminist thinker Barbara Smith about the Biden/Harris administration’s unique opportunity to name, confront, and end white supremacy.

Then, HMM correspondent Ben Seretan speaks with organizers Jamella Anderson and Raquel Velho about the Upstate Mixtape, a new collection of tracks from artists in the capital region.

And to close out the show, Russel Sage College Student Brianna Burns shares her thoughts on the roaring 20s.

But first, here are the headlines.

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