April 14, 2021

HMM 04 – 14 – 21

This is the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, broadcasting from the Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy, NY.
Today, we start off with a discussion by the proposal to put a garbage transfer station into the south end of Albany which is designated as an environmental justice community.
Then, John Amidon joins us to discuss the Earth Day protest about the military and climate at Hancock air force base.
And later on, we have part 2 of Willie Terry’s interview about organizing black workers in the south, including with Amazon.
After that,we hear from Heather Bruegl about bringing an indigenous perspective to the upcoming Sustainable Futures Conference.
Finally, for dessert, we talk about Lansingburg’s Snowman, opened since the 1950s.

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