November 09, 2021

HMM 11 – 08 – 21

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin by hearing from the Albany council people who are stepping down from their elected positions;
Then we hear about the report “Formosa Plastics Group: A Serial Offender of Environmental and Human Rights;”
Later on, Jamaica Miles makes the connection between neighborhoods of highest climate impact and highest police presence in her speech at the COP26 Global Day of Action in Albany;
After that we head to the Troy Public Library and get book suggestions for young readers on the Indigenous People’s Month theme;
Finally, Media Club began at Troy Prep last week, and our instructor Jody Cowan asks the group about their media consumption and more

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