February 18, 2021

HMM 02 – 17 – 21

This is the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, broadcasting from the Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy, NY with Andrea Cunliffe and I’m Mark Dunlea.
Today, we start out with an update on the Community Choice Aggregation effort for electricity in the Capital District.
Then, for our weekly peace segment, we talk with Joe Lombardo about Biden and his international foreign policy plans.
And later on, Willie Terry hosts a segment on Black Workers in a Time of COVID.
After that, we have a segment on the challenges college students have during the pandemic.
Finally, HMM is joined by Casey Camp Horinek of the Ponca Tribe in Oklahoma, to discuss why Congress must address plastic pollution and environmental injustice in the next stimulus bill

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