June 18, 2020

HMM 6 – 17 – 2020

Hello Capital Region! This is the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, broadcasting from the Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy, NY.

Today we interview Mike Ewall of Energy Justice Network about the proposed BioHiTech waste facility in Rensselaer,

On Sunday the Grafton Peace Pagoda organized a peace walk for Black lives in Troy.

We speak with artist D. Colin about the Black lives matter murals in downtown Troy

After that, we’ll talk to Joe Fama, former executive director of TAP, about regional housing

Finally, we’ll end the show with Troy Riverfront Farmer’s Market manager Steve Rider about the market moving back to downtime… And here are some headlines.

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