March 10, 2023

HMM 03 – 09 – 23

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Moses Nagel’s report on New York State’s considering new rules for doulas.

Then, Willie Terry covered the Black History Month that took place at the Sanctuary and brings us Rev. Jerry Ford’s speech about a family history discovery.

Later on, Brea Barthel shares information about the Capital Region Clean Energy Hub.

After that, Alex Briggs talks about his experience living along the Dakota Access Pipeline at Standing Rock for 6 months during the protests to stop its construction.

Finally, historian Kathy Sheehan tells us about some notable women from this area for Women’s History Month

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