September 03, 2020

HMM 9 – 2-2020

Hello Capital Region! This is the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, broadcasting from the Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy, NY.

Today, we speak with attorney and criminal justice reform advocate Matt Toporowski. Toporowski is representing Kenneth Zeoli, the Equality for Troy activist who has accused Sergeant Sean Kittle of assault.

Then on this week’s Peace Bucket, Martha Hennesy, the granddaughter of one of the Kings Bay Plowshare 7, discusses the need to abolish nuclear weapons.

And later on, Erin Blanding, host of People’s Science, continues her conversation with urban and community forester Georgia Silvera Seamans.

After that, an update on the proposed rezoning of 1011 2nd Avenue in Lansingburgh, Troy’s last waterfront forest, to allow multi unit apartments

Finally, hear Albany County Legislator Mert Simpson urge Albany County Executive Dan McCoy to sign the Albany County Clean air Act … And here are some headlines.

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