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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:
We begin with a report from Mark Dunlea about Doctor David Carpenter, founder and director of the University at Albany’s Institute for Health and the Environment, being put on “administrative assignment” because of his work as an expert witness in court cases against Monsanto Company, producers of PCBs.
Then, our Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry brings us part 3 of his four-part series on the Reverend Al Sharpton’s presentation at a January 28th National Action Forum about the killing of Tyre Nichols in Memphis, Tennessee.
Next we’ll hear about an upcoming Seed Swap coordinated by the People’s Health Sanctuary and Collard City Growers, this Saturday, Feb. 11.
After that Brea Barthel talks with retired meteorologist Hugh Johnson in a recorded interview about recent climate, weather, and “climate weirding.”
And we end the program by hearing about “Amor,” the annual Valentine’s Day concert by Taina Asili and Gaetano Vaccaro at Umana Yana!