October 20, 2023

HMM 10 – 19 – 23

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Mark Dunlea’s interview with Joe Richie of Lights Out Norlite about supporting the Cohoes City Council’s effort to pass a local law to enforce that waste ash be sent to a licensed hazardous waste facility.

Then, Willie Terry brings us part two of the speech by Dr. Jennifer Burns called “Free Black Community In Troy, NY Before 1861” from the NAACP Troy Branch Freedom Fund Breakfast.

Later on, Marsha Lazarus continues her conversation with local peace activist Daniel Noah Moses who lived and worked in Jerusalem and speaks about the challenges that stand in the way of achieving long-term peace in Israel and occupied Palestine.

After that, Brea Barthel gives us an insight to the fun fall activities happening at Troy Public Library.

Finally, we hear about the Friday night event “Exploring Motherhood: Navigating the Journey of Disability” at the Sanctuary.

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