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Best Troy Malcolm podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Troy Malcolm podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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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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Film Director Lisa Thomas of Thin Edge Films talks with HHM Correspondent Andrea Cunliffe about her growing career and her latest film “Ghosts of Love”. With the music of Ryder Cooley, Lisa speaks about the process of making a short film with the music of Ryder Cooley, made during the Covid 19 pandemic, commemorating some of the victims.…
 
Insight into the Local and Federal government’s action regarding the impact of incinerating PFAS at the Norlite facility in Cohoes. Congressman Paul Tonko, chairman of the Subcommittee on Environment Climate Change, talks with HMM correspondent Andrea Cunliffe about the disposal of hazardous waste, the environment, the Department of Defense and Coh…
 
May 15 is observed as Nabka day in Palestine, observing the displacement of 750,000 residents from their land following the 1948 war. Paul Rehm of the Palestinian Rights Committee of Upper Hudson Peace Action discusses the ongoing construction of Israeli settlements in the occupied lands. With Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Radio Network.…
 
May 19, 2020, was Malcolm X Birthday. He was born on May 19, 1925, and assassinated on February 21, 1965. Malcolm x provided Black Americans with a significant interpretation of history and an anti-capitalist and anti-imperialist worldview. Malcolm X had a profound impact on America and is considered one of the most influential leaders of the twent…
 
Craig Symonds is the Earnest J. King Professor of Maritime History at the Naval War College as well as Professor Emeritus of History at the U.S. Naval Academy. He also has a great book called The Battle of Midway that dives into the true history behind the battle. He joins us today to discuss the historical accuracy of the 2019 movie Midway. Get yo…
 
Emma Willard student Sujin Chung will lead a virtual permaculture workshop and tour of the Sanctuary for Independent Media, from her home in South Korea. In this interview, she talk about how learning about permaculture at the Sanctuary has affected her life, and what inspired this project.The event will take place Thursday, May 28th from 10-11:30 …
 
(INTRO)This past week Rensselaer County renewed it's contract with ICE under the 287g agreement. WOOC correspondent Elizabeth Press spoke to Zach Ahmad and Melanie Trimble from the New York Civil Liberties Union about what this means.(OUTRO) That was The New York Civil Liberties Union Policy Counsel Zach Ahmad and Melanie Trimble the New York Civil…
 
May 19, 2020, was Malcolm X Birthday. He was born on May 19, 1925, and assassinated on February 21, 1965. Malcolm x provided Black Americans with a significant interpretation of history and an anti-capitalist and anti-imperialist worldview. Malcolm X had a profound impact on America and is considered one of the most influential leaders of the twent…
 
May 19, 2020, was Malcolm X Birthday. He was born on May 19, 1925, and assassinated on February 21, 1965. Malcolm x provided Black Americans with a significant interpretation of history and an anti-capitalist and anti-imperialist worldview. Malcolm X had a profound impact on America and is considered one of the most influential leaders of the twent…
 
The Bucket Garden program at the Albany Free School helps South End residents grow produce in their backyards. The prefilled buckets will be given away on Monday, May 25th, from 3-6pm at Gabi's Garden (corner of Grand St. and Wilbur St.) along with the Stop the Shooting BBQ.The Bucket Garden program is usually part of South End Earth Day, which was…
 
Hudson Mohawk Magazine correspondent Aileen Javier speaks to acclaimed Chilean filmmaker Patricio Guzman, who last appeared at The Sanctuary for Independent Media back in 2011, for an update on his work. The translator is Union College professor Daniel Mosquera.Guzman will be featured in a virtual Be The Media! workshop on Friday, May 22 and his ne…
 
Daniel Mosquera is currently a professor of Spanish and Latin American, Caribbean, and Hispanic Studies and interim director of the Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program at Union College in Schenectady, NY. He talks about acclaimed Chilean filmmaker Patricio Guzman and his new film, The Cordillera of Dreams. Interview by HMM correspondent Ai…
 
Renee Powell, host of “Lifting Voices” and President of Troy Branch of NAACP interviews Rev. Donna Elia to discuss the effect of COVID-19 on the Rensselaer County Summer Youth Program. Rev. Elia is the Executive Director of Troy Area United Ministry (TAUM), a human service organization that is located in South Troy. TAUM sponsors a program for yout…
 
Community leaders in Troy have partnered to bring the community together with a no-cost grab n' go barbecue, personal protective equipment, and resource fair. The event came together out of a need to bring attention to the needs of youth and their families in our community. We speak with Troy United event co-organizer, Jerry Ford of Team Hero. The …
 
A South Korean company wants to reclaim the metals from lithium ion batteries in a residential community in Endicott but they are using a dangerous high temperature and burning process to do it. While some recycling will occur this is in essence an incinerator. We talk with Dr. Paul Connett about environmental and health concerns from the project. …
 
Funding Corporations or supporting the working class as relates to keeping stable housing with Christian Garramone from the Albany Chapter of the Party for Socialism and Liberation. Michele Maserjian Hudson Mohawk Radio Network.May 30th 12 noon Cancel the Rent car caravan protest, Albany HS Parking Lot, 700 Washington Ave. CANCELtheRENT.org…
 
"It seems to me that Cohoes is at the epicenter of a national and maybe international question of what to do with these PFAS and forever chemicals," said Cohoes Mayor Bill Keeler, in an article released today by the Wall Street Journal. As the saga of PFAS incineration unfolds in the Capital Region, more details are coming every day. HMM's Alexis G…
 
Today May 19, 2020, is Malcolm X Birthday. He was born on May 19, 1925, and assassinated on February 21, 1965. Malcolm x provided Black Americans with a significant interpretation of history and an anti-capitalist and anti-imperialist worldview. Malcolm X had a profound impact on America and is considered one of the most influential leaders of the …
 
Despite Cohoes passing a ban on the incineration of AFFF, the Department of Defense is sending 12 tanker trucks containing 38,000 gallons each of fire fighting foam to Cohoes on Tuesday, May 19th. We talk with Cohoes Resident Joseph Ritchie.What you can do:Call Governor Andrew Cuomo: (518) 474-8390Senator Chuck Schumer -- Phone: (518) 431-4070, htt…
 
A short film produced by a local independent film maker shows the political drama and environmental battle unfolding in Coeyman’s, where the LaFarge-Holcim Cement Plant is pushing local government to allow it to burn tires for fuel. We speak with Sonja Stark of Pilot Girl Girl Productions about her short film, Albany Alert. Watch the fifteen-minute…
 
Troy Mayor Patrick Madden spoke with HMM correspondent Corinne Carey on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the city of Troy. Part 1 of this interview with the mayor will focus on how the city is faring and planning to weather the economic impact of the pandemic. Part 2 of this interview will focus in more detail on the city's budget and the dec…
 
Knowing what questions to ask and holding leaders accountable for the shape of your community's recovery during and after a crisis and disaster, with Andrea Batista Schlesinger, a partner with HR&A Advisors. Andrea discusses her recent article titled "Why Communities Must Pay Attention to the Shape of Recovery. With Michele Maserjian for the UpStat…
 
Intro: Congressman Tonko outlines key parts of the must-pass Heroes Act impacting New York’s Capital Region the House voting on today. The bill delivers major new funding to keep first responders and frontline workers on the job in New York’s Capital Region and beyond. This video conference was attended by Capital Region Reporters and HMM correspon…
 
Steve Pierce and Branda Miller talk about the beginnings of the Sanctuary for Independent Media, how a group of individuals dedicated to independent media felt that there was a need of a space to bring independent media, art and cultural activities to the community of Troy. They talk about the Sanctuary’s different initiatives, projects and the imp…
 
Speaking about her virtual Telephealth clinic, phone buddy program, and the need for leadership accountability in dealing with health disparities in communities of color with Dr Brenda Robinson, DNP, City of Albany Human rights Commissioner, founder of Black Nurses Coalition with Michele Maserjian, Hudson Mohawk Radio Network.…
 
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