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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with Rensselaer’s controversial Dunn Construction Landfill, and the Rensselaer Environmental Coalition’s complaint to the County Public Health Director about it. The group’s attorney, Colleen Pierson, talks with HMM Producer Mark Dunlea.
Then, Producer Jody Cowan brings us a conversation with Artist and Poet D. Colin, talking about what a year it’s been, and showcasing her role in the upcoming Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration.
Later on, we visit “In the Eye of Belonging,” Alisa Sikelianos-Carter’s exhibition at the Mandeville Gallery at Union College.
After that, we hear University of Albany Professor Hayward D. Horton explain “Ujamaa”, or Cooperative Economics. He gave this talk at the Capital Region’s Kwanzaa Day Four Celebration by HMM Producer Willie Terry.
Finally, we’re joined live by Meteorologist Hugh Johnson, who will explain atmospheric blocking and our recent ice storm.