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Updated November 2019
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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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Intro: UpState Housing correspondent, Michele Maserjian (Mas-sir-gin) was at the Albany Housing Committee public hearing regarding passage of a resolution to fund a housing vacancy study. Michele spoke with folks who were at the hearing.Closing: That was Michele Maserjian (Ma-sir-gin) speaking with the public at Albany City Hall. The Albany Cit ...…
 
We start off with a segment on the Transgender Day of Remembrance.For our Peace Bucket, we talk with John Amidon who was at the annual School of America Watch protest at Fort Benning Georgia.The Katal Center for Health Equity and Justice is raising awareness about parole and probation reform.For Collar Works Radio part two of the interview with ...…
 
The Hudson Mohawk Magazine Network Roaming Labor Correspondent, Willie Terry, attended the “Annual Labor Day Picnic & Celebration” in September at Cook Park in Colonie. The Labor Day Picnic and Celebration sponsored by the Solidarity Committee of the Capital District. In this segment, voices from the labor movement, you will hear part three of ...…
 
Billy Easton is stepping down at Executive Director of Alliance for Quality Education after 14 years. We talk with Billy about the fight to provide better schools, increase funding for poor, black and brown students, and the push for privatization. And the role of Governor Cuomo. With Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Radio Network.…
 
The Katal Ceneter for Health Equity and Justice is hosting an event at the Sanctuary for Independent Media on Thursday, November 21, from 6-7pm. The event is to raise awareness about the #LessIsMore campaign for Parole and Probation Reform. A piece of legislation called the Community Supervision Revocation Reform Act(S.1343B – Benjamin / A.5493 ...…
 
John Amidon of Veterans for Peace recently attended the 30th annual protest at the School of the Americas in Ft. Benning Georgia. SOA is notorious for training soldiers that have been repeatedly engaged in human right abuses and coups. They are also now training ICE and Board Patrol agents. With Mark Dunlea of Hudson Mohawk Radio Network…
 
The Katal Ceneter for Health Equity and Justice is hosting an event at the Sanctuary for Independent Media on Thursday, November 21, from 6-7pm. The event is to raise awareness about the #LessIsMore campaign for Parole and Probation Reform. A piece of legislation called the Community Supervision Revocation Reform Act(S.1343B – Benjamin / A.5493 ...…
 
On Nov. 19, a forum on Climate Change and Justice: Reimagining Food Systems was held at the Unitarian Church in Albany. We talk with Jan Storm, Citizen's Climate Lobby (and Co-chair of its National Agricultural Action Team) and Scott Kellogg of The Radix Ecological Sustainability Center. With Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Radio Network.…
 
Hudson Mohawk Magazine Correspondent Elizabeth Press interviews the co-chairs of the LGBTQ+ task force at RPI about the Transgender Day of RemembranceBy WOOC 105.3 FM Troy
 
Today, we have correspondent Dave Publow’s coverage of the Cricket Valley protest. Then, we have part 2 of Willie Terry’s interview with HVCC’s student government president Zion Sherin. And later on, the latest installment of Equality Under the Law: Practical Physics with Megahn Marohn and David Borton.After that, Andrea’s interview with Bill V ...…
 
In the segment of Reclaiming History, Lovonia Mallory attended the Green Fair at Sage College in Albany NY, where she talked to staff from Hudson Valley Community College about the Clean Energy Management degree program which “combines renewable energy, and business courses to meet industry demands for employees with a blend of technical skills ...…
 
Jim Zak was a participant in NXIVM's (nexium's) now infamous human potential and executive leadership program. He spoke with HMM's Alexis about his experience after attending an reading by Chet Hardin at the Sanctuary on the book "The Program: Inside the Mind of Keith Raniere and the Rise and Fall of NXIVM."…
 
Intro: As we reported yesterday, there was a large direct action at Cricket Valley Energy on Saturday. For our first segment today, we hear directly from many of the protestors on the scene.Outro: That was correspondent Dave Publow at Saturday’s protest at Cricket Valley Energy Center. Representatives of Cricket Valley Energy declined to commen ...…
 
This week is part two of my interview with Julie Torres of LABspace. If you heard last weeks account, then you know LABspace is a contemporary art gallery located in Hillsdale, NY that is run by Julie and her partner Ellen Lecther. This weeks segment picks up in dialogue about the gallery and why exhibiting local artist's is so important, then ...…
 
We speak to a protestor who was part of the Cricket Valley Power Plant occupation on Sunday.HMM’s Willie Terry interviews HVCC’s student government president, Zion N. Sherin.NATURE Lab Intern Sophia Cahillane speaks to Professor Emilly Obuya in this week’s episode of Women in STEM.An interview with DiDi Delgado on “Decentering the Privileged.”W ...…
 
An interview with Mark Dunlea, the co-chair of the Green Education and Legal Fund. Mark was one of the 29 protestors arrested at the Cricket Valley occupation this past weekend, on 11/16/19. New York residents shut down the fracked gas-fired power plant, calling on Governor Cuomo to stop the new facility before it begins operations, and to ban ...…
 
Dr. David Borton is back! He's building solar boats and teaching us physics on this episode of "Equality Under the Law: Practical Physics." On this week's episode, he and WOOC friend Meghan Marohn discuss his life in the ADIRONDACKS as a kid, studying the laws of the universe under the stars.By WOOC 105.3 FM Troy
 
HMM Correspondent Sophia Cahillane interviews Professor Theresa Pardo about her work as the Director of Technology in Government and being a woman in that position.If you want to learn more about this series, check out Sophia Cahillane’s People Power page on the Sanctuary’s website.(https://www.mediasanctuary.org/peoplepower/sophia-cahillane/)…
 
A new talent in the capital district August aka Xtrodinaire is in the studio with us he is a talented Hip hop, Nuevo soul artist. August Xtrodinaire has worked under several assumed names in his short career ICOMING, and Xtrordinaire.He has his own production company entitled Royal Kingdom.By WOOC 105.3 FM Troy
 
First, we hear from Matt Wilson, the new Executive Director of Beyond Plastics.Then, on Drop the Mic, we speak with hip hop producer August aka XtrordanceNext, Willie Terry brings us coverage of the Troy Irish Genealogy Society’s forum on the “Troy Draft Riot of 1863.”After that, on Upstate Housing, Michele Maserjian interviews David Banks, a m ...…
 
And now, HMM's Alexis speaks with Chet Hardin, an investigative journalist who wrote for Metroland on NXIVM and Keith Raniere. He also coauthored the book "The Program: Inside the Mind of Keith Raniere." Chet will be giving a workshop on the Art of Investigative Journalism at the Sanctuary for Independent media on Monday, November 18th.…
 
Public patience for lack of climate crisis leadership might be wearing thin after the Public Service Commission stuck with business as usual at its meeting on Thursday, coming in the wake of Governor Cuomo's aggressive letter to National Grid.By WOOC 105.3 FM Troy
 
Intro: UpState Housing corespondent, Michele Maserjian, speaks with Sam Wells, City of Albany, Neighborhood Stabilization Coordinator and Derek Crossman, City of Utica, Community Development Specialist, following a talk by author Matthew Desmond, who spoke about his book "Evicted", which covers the issues and impacts of evictions and the role o ...…
 
Matt Wilson is the new Executive Director of Beyond Plastics. He discusses the relationship between plastics, fracking and climate, and campaigns to curb single use plastics including plastic straws. He spoke at the Beyond Plastics Forum at Hunter College with more than 150 people in attendance. With Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk radio network.…
 
Current events in climate, technology and film.This week’s episode of the TripleE’s; education, empowerment, entrepreneurship.Hear more about how Food and Water Action are fighting to stop The Williams Pipeline Roaming labor correspondent Willie Terry talks to Michael Barrett about the history of the 1863 Troy Draft Riot Hear from Rensselaer Co ...…
 
Schenectady Today host Ann Parillo speaks with Capital Repertory Theater's Margaret Hall and Wynn Harmon about their production of "It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play"(IN We're gonna start right off with... OUT Margaret Hall who is the director)For additional information or tickets for the CapRep's Production of "It's a Wonderful Life: Li ...…
 
On the NYS climate change front, we first talk with Alex Beauchamp of Food and Water Action about the ongoing fight over The Wiliams Pipeline (including the Governor's threat to yank National Grid's license to operate downstate) and the Green New Deal effort in NY. We then hear from Bob Cohen of Citizens Action about NY Renews' call for $1 bill ...…
 
Governor Cuomo sent an aggressive letter to the National Grid regarding natural gas, discussed by Dave Publow for HMM.US sanctions in Bolivia with the co-chair of the anti-war coalition, Joe Lombardo.Willie Terry interviews Native American Mark Tayac of the Piscataway Nation Singers & Dancers.More from Justin Baker on Collar Works, speaking to ...…
 
On the eve of November's Public Service Commission meeting, Governor Cuomo's aggressive letter to National Grid may be a hint that the demand to address the climate crisis is gaining political momentum.By WOOC 105.3 FM Troy
 
The Hudson Mohawk Magazine Network Roaming Labor Correspondent, Willie Terry, was at Hudson Valley Community College on November 8, for an exclusive interview with Zion N. Sherin, President of HVCC Student Government. In this part two-segment, he interviews Zion N. Sherin about his role and responsibility as a student government representative.…
 
The Hudson Mohawk Magazine Network Roaming Labor Correspondent, Willie Terry, was at Hudson Valley Community College on November 8, for an exclusive interview with Zion N. Sherin, President of HVCC Student Government. In this part one segment, he interviews Zion N. Sherin about his role and responsibility as a student government representative.…
 
Intro: Kristen Kopper ,a recent SUNY grad student, speaks with Michele Maserjian UpState Housing host, about Kristen's documentary film "I am Warrior: Women and Housing Injustice" which was filmed in the Capital Region. The film will be shown Monday November 18th, 7pm, at 255 Orange Street, in Albany.Closing: That was Kristen Kopper discussing ...…
 
A report on the Green Wave in Europe with Pippa Bartolotti, former head of the Green Party of Wales.Elizabeth Press interviews Rensselaer County D.A. Mary Pat Donnelly.Equality Under the Law: Practical Physics with Dr. David Borton.HMM's Spencer Keable speaks with Dr. Alan Robock about his work in geoengineering.HMM's Steve Pierce and environme ...…
 
Dr. David Borton is BACK! On this week's episode of his popular physics segment "Equality Under the Law: Practical Physics," he and WOOC friend Meghan Marohn discuss the role of physicists in speaking to the climate crisis. They also discuss how the ever-present promise of immortality through acquisition, otherwise known as consumers buying a l ...…
 
The Hudson Mohawk Magazine Network Roaming Labor Correspondent, Willie Terry, was at the Troy Public Library on November 10th, at a forum sponsored by the Troy Irish Genealogy Society entitled, “Troy’s Draft Riot of 1863.” The speaker was Michael Barrett, Executive Director of the Hudson Mohawk Industrial Gateway. In this part two segment, you ...…
 
Next, Hudson Mohawk Magazine's Elizabeth Press interviewed Rensselaer County's District Attorney Mary Pat Donnelly on bail reform.That was Rensselaer County's District Attorney Mary Pat Donnelly talking about bail reform in New York State. If you missed part one of the interview with Mary Pat Donnelly, please visit our website media sanctuary.o ...…
 
The Hudson Mohawk Magazine Network Roaming Labor Correspondent, Willie Terry, was at the Troy Public Library on November 10th, at a forum sponsored by the Troy Irish Genealogy Society entitled, “Troy’s Draft Riot of 1863.” The speaker was Michael Barrett, Executive Director of the Hudson Mohawk Industrial Gateway. In this part one segment, you ...…
 
The fourth annual Green Energy Fair will be held on Saturday, November 16 from 10-4 PM at the Sage College Armory, 130 New Scotland Avenue in Albany. It is sponsored by Community Advocates for a Sustainable Environment, a local grassroots group. Hudson Mohawk Magazine correspondent Steve Pierce spoke to one of the founders, environmental activi ...…
 
Next up Hudson Mohawk Magazine correspondent Elizabeth Press sat down for an interview with the Rensselaer County District Attorney Mary Pat Donnelly. In this first part of the interview they talk about the role of a DA, what she is doing to shape up the District Attorney's office and the Edson Thevenin case.That was Elizabeth Press interviewin ...…
 
We hear from farmer Ben Schwartz and Tom Ross of Sane Energy Project who are opposing the Cricket Valley fracked gas power plant from being opened in Dover NY.An interview with musician Hannah Mayree about The Black Banjo Reclamation Project.The latest installment of Women in STEM.JJ Luceno and Dr. Frank Coughlin discuss their upcoming NATURE L ...…
 
Joe Lombardo, co-chair of the United Anti-War Coalition, discussed the upcoming United Nations meeting on the 39 countries that the US is sanctioning and the military coup in Bolivia. With Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Radio Network.By WOOC 105.3 FM Troy
 
With me this week is Julie Torres of LABspace. If you don't know LABspace is a contemporary art gallery located in Hillsdale, NY that is run by Julie and her partner Ellen Lecther, and in my opinion is showing some the most challenging and exciting work in the area. The current show Hillsdale, which features 10 artists that live and work in Hil ...…
 
The Hudson Mohawk Magazine Network Roaming Labor Correspondent, Willie Terry, attended Hudson Valley Community College Cultural Affairs Event on November 7 with a performance by the “Piscataway Nation Singers & Dancers” from Port Tobacco, MD. In this segment, you will hear music from their performance and his interview with Native American Mark ...…
 
The Hudson Mohawk Magazine Network Roaming Labor Correspondent, Willie Terry, attended Hudson Valley Community College Voices Library Lectures Series on “De-centering the Privileged.” The speaker was DiDi Delgado, Poet, and Community Activist. In this part two-segment, you will hear his interview with DiDi Delgado about her lecture on Intersect ...…
 
The Hudson Mohawk Magazine Network Roaming Labor Correspondent, Willie Terry, attended Hudson Valley Community College Voices Library Lectures Series on “De-centering the Privileged.” The speaker was DiDi Delgado, Poet, and Community Activist. In this part one segment, you will hear his interview with DiDi Delgado about her lecture on Intersect ...…
 
Pippa Bartolotti, former leader of the Wales Green Party and a climate activist, discussed the Green Wave in the recent European elections. Also discusses sustainability, nuclear power and media coverage of climate. By Mark Dunlea of Hudson Mohawk Radio Network.By WOOC 105.3 FM Troy
 
Climate activists are urging Governor Cuomo to stop the Cricket Valley fracked gas power plant from being opened in Dover NY (southeast of Poughkeepsie). A community rally in opposition will be held Saturday Nov. 16 at 11 AM at the plant. We speak with local farmer Ben Schwartz (on right in photo) and Tom Ross of Sane Energy Project. By Mark Du ...…
 
First, Mark Dunlea speaks with Jim Heaney, winner of the Nelly Bly award for investigative journalism.Then, on Reclaiming History, Lovonia Mallory talks to three local pastors' wives and ministers about the Spirit of the Suffragette in Sacred Literature in Lore.After that, Roaming Labor Correspondent, Willie Terry, brings us coverage from the “ ...…
 
Jim Heaney, editor of Investigative Post, won the annual Nellie Bly award for his exposure of the bid rigging by the Cuomo administration in the Buffalo Billion deal. We talk with Jim at the annual event of the Museum for Political Corruption, along with Blair Horner of NYPIRG. By Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Radio Network.…
 
HMM's Corinne Carey discusses Troy's election outcome and voter turnout with hosts Andrea and Mark.By WOOC 105.3 FM Troy
 
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