March 10, 2021

HMM 03 – 09 – 21

This is the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, broadcasting on WOOC-LP 105.3 FM Troy and WOOS-LP 98.9 FM Schenectady, from the Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy, NY with Jody & Sina. Tonight, Pulitzer-prize winning author Elizabeth Kolbert discusses her new book Under the White Sky: The Nature of the future with HMM’s Mark Dunlea
Then we learn about how anyone can run for public office. HMM’s Corinne Carey speaks with Andrea Smyth, an East Greenbush Democratic Committee member
And later on, we continue our 7-part debate called “Lessons Learned from the Civil Rights Movement to the Black Lives Matter Movement” by our Roaming Labor Correspondent, Willie Terry
After that, HMM’s Spencer Keable brings us part 2 of our conversation with Kiara Van Brackle and Tanya McGee who led a panel discussion on Public Health Justice and Planning as part of a week-long conference on Planning for Racial Justice
Finally, we bring you to Opalka Gallery and the current exhibition by Terry Conrad. HMM’s Andrea Culiffe interviews Conrad and Brian Dewan about their mutual Influences and ongoing collaboration

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