January 31, 2023

HMM 01 – 30 – 2023

Today on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,

We begin with Mark Dunlea talking with Laura Shindell of Food and Water Watch about the “Iroquois” Pipeline Company’s proposal to build four new compressor stations along the route of the pipeline.

Then, Andrea Cunliffe brings us part two of her interview with Media Sanctuary’s new executive director Kristen “KP” Holler.

Later on, Caelan McPherson and Sina Basila Hickey explore rock climbing at the Albany Indoor Rock Gym.

After that comes my discussion with Paul Stewart of the Underground Railroad Education Center about the many events they have coming up for Black History Month.

Finally, as another prelude to Black History Month we hear Willie Terry’s report with Brother Malik Mohammed recorded at the December 29th Kwanzaa celebration.

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