October 17, 2023

HMM 10 – 16 – 23

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with correspondent Marsha Lazarus talking with local peace activist Daniel Noah Moses about the human challenges in finding peace between Israel and Palestine.

Then, in our next “Election Watch” segment, Elizabeth EP Press interviews Democrat Carol Harvin, who is running against Republican Tom Casey for the District 6 seat on Troy City Council.

Later on, Sina Basila Hickey visits The New Gallery in Hudson to see the exhibition of Mirza Hamid, considered the “Iranian Banksy.”

After that, our Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry brings us part one of his interview with Eric Moser, Professor and Director of Civic Engagement at Skidmore College, about the school’s Labor Project with students and community members through their Moore Documentary Studies Collaborative, also known as MDOCS.

Finally, Hugh Johnson joins us once again to discuss climate and weather, this time with a look at the effects of the phenomenon El Niño.

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