HMM 03 – 17 – 23
Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:
We begin with Mark Dunlea sharing information on local efforts on March 23rd as part of a national day of action to Tell Banks to Stop Financing Fossil Fuels.
Then, we’ll hear of five classic books in the field of “speculative fiction” and the start of the cyberpunk genre with Brea Barthel.
Later on, Eunice Jeong gives us perspective on fat phobia in the medical field and how that can create barriers to proper health care for patients.
After that, Dave Oehl learn how contact improv has benefits for communication and self-reflection.
Finally, Taína Asili brings us another profile in her “The Rhythm of Rebellion” series, this time of Ximena Violante, a Mexican musician, educator, and more.