November 29, 2022

HMM 11 – 28 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Seneca Lake Guardians response to the signing of the Crypto Mining Bill.

Then, we get an overview of the “Open Spaces for All” report that was released to address who is visiting and feels welcome in public parks.

Later on, we remember Colia Clark, a pillar of the American civil rights movement, who passed away on November 4 with a recording from her visit to The Sanctuary for Independent Media in 2013.

After that, we go into our archives for an interview with Barbie Izquierdo on food insecurity.

Finally, retired meteorologist Hugh Johnson joins us to tell us about the weather

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