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The Hudson Mohawk Magazine is a locally-produced nightly news hour that provides sanctuary for the discussion of a wide range of topics, scaling from the global to the hyper-local. The show is broadcast on WOOC 105.3 FM, The Sanctuary for Independent Media's low-power radio station based in Troy, NY. With the support of people like you, the Sanctuary uses art and participatory action to promote social and environmental justice and freedom of creative expression.
 
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This is the Hudson Mohawk Magazine broadcasting from the Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy, NY with Erika and Sina. Tonight, Mark Dunlea reports on geothermal as an energy alternative source with guests Jay Egg and Keith Schue who have been awarded the Constellation Prize for Policy ImpactThen, it’s part 4 of the 5-part series on Malcolm X in…
 
The Police Reform & Reinvention Collaborative ended its public engagement this week. WOOC producer Elizabeth Press cut together some highlights from the Public Forum Police Reform & Reinvention Collaborative on February 22, 2021. if you missed the month-long engagement with the public in the context of the Police Reform & Reinvention Collaborative …
 
Jay Egg and Keith Schue have been awarded the Constellation Prize for Policy Impact for their work with SHARE in helping to defeat the proposed fracked gas turbines on Sheridan Avenue to power the state capitol and plaza. They have been working to promote geothermal as an alternative. By Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Radio Network. (Podcast Version…
 
Jay Egg and Keith Schue have been awarded the Constellation Prize for Policy Impact for their work with SHARE in helping to defeat the proposed fracked gas turbines on Sheridan Ave. to power the state capitol and plaza. They have been working to promote geothermal as an alternative. By Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Radio Network. (radio version)…
 
This is the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, broadcasting from the Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy, NY with Andrea Cunliffe and I’m Mark Dunlea. Today, we start off with an update on the effort to legalize marijuana in New YorkThen, for a peace bucket, we have an update on the Kings Bay Plowshare 7.And later on, the Media Club at Troy Prep High Scho…
 
"Erie County Smile" is a satirical short film and a parody of a popular Vietnamese-language variety show, “Paris By Night.” The film's director, Van Tran Nguyen, and assistant director, Alex Derwick, joined Hudson Mohawk Magazine producer Elizabeth Press to discuss their new film."Erie County Smile" will be available for download on Friday, Februar…
 
Clare Grady started her prison sentence on February 10. She is one of the Kings Bay Plowshares 7 who entered the Trident nuclear submarine base in Georgia almost three years ago on April 4, 2018, to nonviolently and symbolically disarm omnicidal nuclear weapons. We talk to her sister, Mary Anne Grady Flores, about the plowshares movement against nu…
 
This is the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, broadcasting on WOOC-LP 105.3 FM Troy and WOOS-LP 98.9 FM Schenectady, from the Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy, NY with Erika Diggs and Jody Cowan.We start off by talking about the The Poor People's Campaign with with Rev. Joe Paparone of the NYS Labor Religion Coalition and Thomas Kearney of RAPPThen we…
 
The University at Albany will be virtually hosting seven sessions a five-day Planning for Racial Justice Conference, featuring seven sessions which "will engage diverse scholars in planning and cognate disciplines with professional planners and leaders from communities they cite as adversely effected by past planning decisions."One of the main orga…
 
The Poor People's Campaign continues the work of Dr. King, addressing the interconnected issues of racism, poverty, ecological devastation. war and the nation’s distorted morality of religious nationalism. We talk with Rev. Joe Paparone of the NYS Labor Religion Coalition and Thomas Kearney of RAPP - Release Aging People from Prison. By Mark Dunlea…
 
Artist Terry James Conrad talks with HMM's Andrea Cunliffe during his exhibition "Object Permanenc"' at the Opalka Gallery. The making of his art, the transformation of found or discarded objects into sculptures, machines, prints, sound and musical instruments. We discuss his work with musician Tommy Santee Klaws and their collaborations at the ons…
 
This is the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, broadcasting on WOOC-LP 105.3 FM Troy and WOOS-LP 98.9 FM Schenectady, from the Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy, NY with Caelan and Justin. Tonight , we start by talking with Samuel Caldwell about the University at Albany’s commitment to diversity and inclusion and the events they have planned for Black H…
 
In part 1 of this segment of Reclaiming History, Lovonia speaks to Professor Anthony Paul Farley of Albany Law School about the KKK Act, the lawsuit filed against Trump, Trumpism, white supremacy, and the January 6, 2021 attack on the US Capital. Anthony Paul Farley is the James Campbell Matthews Distinguished Professor of Jurisprudence at Albany L…
 
Casey Camp-Horinek is an environmental ambassador, elder, and hereditary drumkeeper of the Ponca Tribe in Oklahoma. The Tribe was one of 257 signatories on a letter urging Congress to address plastic pollution and environmental justice in the next stimulus.Casey's other work includes Rights of Nature with Movement Rights. (https://www.movementright…
 
An activist from the North Country brings her fight for justice for Black Lives to Albany. Jennifer Baxtron is a well known Black Lives Matter activist in Potsdam, NY. On a recent trip to Albany, she held a multi-day, solo protest to shed light on her fight for justice in Potsdam and called for the New York State Attorney General to intervene - spe…
 
Paul Gilman spent 4 years in federal prison for his work with a medical marijuana club in NYC that primarily helped patients with AIDS. He discusses problems with the various marijuana reform bills being considered at the state capitol, including the need to support homegrown pot. With Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Radio Network.…
 
Pamela Capalad (Cap-aal-ad) is the Founder and Lead Financial Advisor at Brunch & Budget whose core focus is to be the catalyst for a power shift and believes that personal finance is a revolutionary act.HMM's Sina Basila (Baz-E-la) Hickey talked with Pamela about the concept behind her business, our relationships with our finances, the racial weal…
 
February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month and Sarah McGaughnea talks about teen dating violence. Teen dating violence can start as young as 10 years old! There are signs that parents should be aware of; Sarah encourages parents to have open communications with their teens and how schools can help prevent teen dating violence. Interview by HM…
 
Samuel Caldwell, the Interim Chief Diversity Officer & Assistant Vice President of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion at the University at Albany, discusses the University's commitment to diversity and inclusion, and two of the main events being put on in honor of Black History Month.On Feb. 22 2021 at 7pm, UAlbany hosted a virtual celebration h…
 
This is the Hudson Mohawk Magazine on WOOC-LP 105.3 FM Troy and WOOS-LP 98.9 FM Schenectady broadcasting from The Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy with Guy Schaffer. Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,Andrea Cunliffe speaks with Mark Dunlea about Texas and the power grid. Could what happened there ever happen here?then we begin a 5-part se…
 
257 organizations signed a letter to Congress with recommendations to address plastic pollution and environmental justice in petrochemical corridors.This piece has HMM's Alexis Goldsmith speaking to Casey Camp-Horinek of the Ponca Tribe, discussing environmental justice, ecocide, and why Congress must address pollution in the next stimulus bill. In…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has shuttered so many local businesses, but some have seized the moment to start new ventures. Collar City Mushrooms opened for business in the Lansingburgh section of Troy on February 6. HMM correspondent Corinne Carey spoke with owner, grower, and forager Avery Stemple about how he got into mushrooms, starting the business d…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has shuttered so many local businesses, but some have seized the moment to start new ventures. Collar City Mushrooms opened for business in the Lansingburgh section of Troy on February 6. HMM correspondent Corinne Carey spoke with owner, grower, and forager Avery Stemple about how he got into mushrooms, starting the business d…
 
Texas experienced a major loss of power and water during President's week because the brutal cold overwhelmed their fossil fuel system, though GOP leaders in the state tried to blame it on wind and the Green New Deal. We talk about the causes of the Texas crisis with Mark Dunlea, co-chair of the EcoAction Committee of the Green Party of the US. Wit…
 
In this segment of Reclaiming History, Lovonia Mallory interviews Rev. Walter Arthur McCray to discuss the differences between white and black evangelicals and the racist manifestation of "Trumpism” and it’s contribution to the attack on the capital. Rev Dr. Walter A McCray is a Chicago-based author/publisher, servant of the Church and community, n…
 
This is the Hudson Mohawk Magazine on WOOC-LP 105.3 FM Troy, WOOS-LP 98.9 FM Schenectady, WOOA-LP 106.9 FM Albany, and WCAA-LP 107.3 FM Albany., broadcasting from the Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy, NY with Erika and Helena.We will start off by talking about the upcoming 5th annual Renewable Energy and Sustainable Living Fair hosted by Com…
 
257 organizations signed a letter to Congress with recommendations to address plastic pollution and environmental justice in petrochemical corridors.This piece has HMM's Alexis Goldsmith speaking to Casey Camp-Horinek of the Ponca Tribe, discussing environmental justice, ecocide, and why Congress must address pollution in the next stimulus bill.…
 
TripleE's host, H. Bosh Jr, continues his interview with Denise Berkley who was elected to CSEA Statewide Executive Vice President in February 2020. Berkley said, “The labor movement created a strong middle class and continues to boost our economy. Despite attacks, we are stronger than ever, and we are thriving because we fight with our activism, p…
 
TripleE's host, H. Bosh Jr, speaks with Denise Berkley, Statewide Executive Vice President for CSEA. Berkley is also the chair of AFSCME’s Racial, Social and Economic Justice Workgroup where she leads union members across the country in addressing racism and injustice both in the labor movement and in the larger national conversation. Denise has be…
 
On February 21, 1965, at the Audubon Ballroom in Harlem, New York, African American Revolutionary activists Malcolm X was assassinated while addressing a meeting of his group, the Organization of African American Unity (OAAU). Malcolm X was a prominent figure in the Black Freedom Struggle. WOOC Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry interviewed B…
 
On February 21, 1965, at the Audubon Ballroom in Harlem, New York, African American Revolutionary activists Malcolm X was assassinated while addressing a meeting of his group, the Organization of African American Unity (OAAU). Malcolm X was a prominent figure in the Black Freedom Struggle. WOOC Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry interviewed B…
 
On February 21, 1965, at the Audubon Ballroom in Harlem, New York, African American Revolutionary activists Malcolm X was assassinated while addressing a meeting of his group, the Organization of African American Unity (OAAU). Malcolm X was a prominent figure in the Black Freedom Struggle. WOOC Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry interviewed B…
 
This is the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, broadcasting from the Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy, NY with Andrea Cunliffe and I’m Mark Dunlea. Today, we start out with an update on the Community Choice Aggregation effort for electricity in the Capital District.Then, for our weekly peace segment, we talk with Joe Lombardo about Biden and his intern…
 
On February 21, 1965, at the Audubon Ballroom in Harlem, New York, African American Revolutionary activists Malcolm X was assassinated while addressing a meeting of his group, the Organization of African American Unity (OAAU). Malcolm X was a prominent figure in the Black Freedom Struggle. WOOC Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry interviewed B…
 
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