HMM 12 – 10 – 2020
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, NY.
Tonight, Jess Bennett talks with Alexis Goldsmith about developer Kevin Vandenburgh’s proposed multi-family development on the Troy’s last waterfront forest, a ten acre site located in Lansingburgh. The site is of cultural and archeological significance to Indigneous peoples of New York.
Then, TripleE’s Host, H. Bosh Jr, speaks with the Honorable Orville Abrahams Deputy Commissioner of Work Force Employment Solutions in part 1 of a series which will focus on 518 Shining Stars.
After that, The Hudson Mohawk Magazine Network Roaming Labor Correspondent, Willie Terry offers part two of a zoom webinar forum sponsored by Haymarket Books on November 9, 2020, about Marc Lamont Hill’s new book “We Still Here: on the pandemic, policing, protest and possibility.” In this segment, we hear recorded comments from Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, who wrote the forward for the book.
Following that, the Water Justice Crew speaks with Native American Historian & Director of Cultural Affairs for the Stockbridge Munsee Community, Heather Bruegl.
Finally, part one of a three part conversation between the Water Justice Fellows and Mistah Jayohcee, an artist, activist, performer, songwriter, producer, engineer, and promoter.
But first, some headlines: