July 08, 2023

HMM 07 – 07 – 23

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Mark Dunlea’s interview with Columbia County Sanctuary Movement about the sheriff who turned over an individual to ICE.

Then, Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry speaks with Marcus Anderson at the Underground Railroad Education Center’s “July 4 Oration.”

Later on, Brea Barthel tells us about some of the many cool activities coming up at Troy Public Library for the month of July.

After that, we head to the Schenectady Art Festival to get the scoop on what took place.

Finally, NATURE Lab hosts a public workshop lead by artist Isidora Fernandez (Ipi) using the facilities at NATURE Lab to further understand the injustices of the legacy of urban industrial pollutants such as lead and microplastics.

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