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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:
We begin with Mark Dunlea’s conversation with Coeymans residents ahead of the Coeymans port expansion in the state’s wind turbine project.
Then, Moses Nagel talks with Samira Sengare from Saratoga Black Lives Matter about their “day of action” on March 7th to support a member who faced criminal charges for going over her allotted time at a recent Saratoga City Council meeting.
Later on, Willie Terry brings us part 3 of his report on the Sanctuary’s Black History Month celebration on February 25th, with guests Rev. Jerry Ford and poet Shania Jackson.
After that, Isabella LaForte talks with two interns from UAlbany’s program on Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies about the importance of doulas in the birthing process, especially for birthing people of color.
Finally, for this week’s “The Rhythm of Rebellion” interview, Taina Asili speaks with Mireya Ramos, a New York-based, Latin Grammy-winning vocalist, violinist, composer, arranger and founder of New York City’s first and only all-women mariachi group.