March 06, 2021

HMM 03 – 05 – 21

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 with Guy Schaffer.
Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
First, Mark Dunlea brings us voices from the statewide Day of Action for Marijuana Justice, organized by Start SMART NY coalition and the Drug Policy Alliance.
Then, Roaming Labor Correspondent, Willie Terry, brings us part 1 of his conversation with Hudson Valley Community College Professor Tamu Chambers about her “365 Days a Year Black History Educational Video Project.”
After that, Steve Pierce speaks with Western Governor’s University regional vice president Rebecca Watts about the growing need for universal broadband in the pandemic.
Then, Sina Basila Hickey brings us coverage of Columbia County Sanctuary Movement’s rally to support legislation to establish a fund for excluded workers
We’ve also got Troy Prep Media Club members Laila Traore and Treasure Ervin speaking with Deacon Jerry Ford of Team HERO about this weekend’s drive thru food pantry at Troy Prep High School.
And to close out the show, HMM’s Steve Pierce speak with Times Union Food Columnist Steve Barnes about the future of restaurants.

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