February 23, 2023

HMM 02 – 22 – 23

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with a story about the University of Albany restoring full academic status to Dr. David Carpenter after initially caving to pressure from chemical polluter Monsanto to put him on academic leave by Mark Dunlea.

Then, for our weekly peace bucket, Mark Dunlea brings us excerpts from Dr. Jill Stein and Chris Hedges at the recent Rage Against the War Machine in D.C..

Later on, Elizabeth Press brings us Mayor Patrick Madden’s address to the addressed the Public Utility committee of the Troy City Council on how to replace lead pipes in Troy.

After that, Brea Barthel brings us book suggestions that feature food.

Finally, Lavender highlights former Sanctuary intern, Kwé Neshai.

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