May 11, 2023

HMM 05 – 10 – 23

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with an update on the PFOA water contamination in Poestenkill.

Then, for our Peace Bucket, Mark Dunlea discusses the Mother’s Day vigil by Grannies for Peace.

Later on, Willie Terry covers the “Poor People’s Campaign Freedom Van Tour” stop in Troy, highlighting Harriet Tubman.

After that, Eunice Jeong brings us a story from students at Emma Willard School about their experience with the American Healthcare System as international students.

Finally, we talk about the upcoming campus-wide open house at the Sanctuary taking place this weekend!

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