December 14, 2020

HMM 12 – 11 – 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. Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,

We start off the show with two interviews by the Water Justice Leadership Fellows. First, they speak with Heather Bruegl, Native American Historian & Director of Cultural Affairs for the Stockbridge Munsee Community. Then, we’ll hear their conversation with Mistah Jayohcee, an artist, activist, performer, songwriter, producer, engineer, and promoter.

After that, HMM’s Corinne Carey speaks with Renee K. Panetta, Troy’s Recycling Coordinator, about the city’s 10-year Comprehensive Recycling Plan.

Then, WOOC Producer Elizabeth Press speaks with Mark Emanatian, the director of the Capital District Area Labor Federation, about food insecurity and mass food distribution in the Capital Region.

And to close out the show, Russell Sage students continue their reflections on the Roaring 20s from 2020. This episode will focus on views on race in 1920’s literature.

But first, here are the headlines.

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