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Hudson Mohawk Magazine

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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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HMM 06 - 17 - 21

June 17, 2021 23:42 - 58 minutes - 53.7 MB

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, We begin with commentary that the New York State legislature failed to take action on major climate legislation before ending their session. Then, we hear about the nurses union’s work to get a contract approved with Albany Medical Center. Later on, the Black Theater Troupe of Upstate New York shares information on their upcoming Juneteenth activities. After that, a “Reclaiming History” segment reviews the 3,000 year history of Egyptian culture. Finally, ...

Ellis Rensselaer Vote To Close Dunn Landfill

June 17, 2021 20:10 - 9 minutes - 8.81 MB

The Common Council of the City of Rensselaer voted on June 16 to urge the state DEC (Dept. of Environmental Conservation)to shut down the Dunn construction and debris landfill in the City. Dave Ellis, Chair of Rensselear Environmental Coalition, gives an update about residents' complaints about the landfill and what the next steps are. By Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Radio Network.

Summer Theater - Post Covid with Jean-Remy Monnay Actor and Artistic Director

June 17, 2021 20:07 - 9 minutes - 8.83 MB

Jean-Remy Monnay Actor, Artistic Director and Producer of the Black Theatre Troupe of Upstate New York is with HMM's Andrea Cunliffe. They speak about upcoming events for Juneteenth and his summer theater projects in the Capital region. He speaks of his passion for social justice and change that expresses itself in many theatrical forms from productions of Camp Logan to Ain't Misbehaving.

Sikora NYS Lawmakers Failed To Act On Climate Again

June 17, 2021 16:13 - 9 minutes - 9.05 MB

For the second year in the row, the NYS Legislature went home for the year without passing major climate legislation, despite big pushes for a carbon tax/polluter penalty (CCIA), a halt to new fossil fuels infrastructure, divesting the state teachers pension fund from fossil fuels, public power, and more. Mark Dunlea of Hudson Mohawk Radio Network interviews Pete Sikora of NY Communities for Change about his recent article - https://www.nysfocus.com/2021/06/12/albany-ignores-climate-again/

HMM 06 - 16 - 21

June 17, 2021 00:12 - 59 minutes - 54.5 MB

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, We begin with an interview with Kate Breslin of SCAA about a bill to reduce childhood poverty that just passed the legislature Then, for our peace segment, we talk with Ed Kinane about upcoming trials over protest arrests versus drones After that we hear from Meghan Keegan about her Democratic Party primary for the Albany Common Council in the 9th Ward. Later on, we hear from the Trayvon Jackson of the African American Cultural Center of the Capital Regio...

Kinane Trial For Drone Protest Hancock AFB

June 16, 2021 20:56 - 9 minutes - 8.34 MB

Ed Kinane of Upstate Drone Action is one of several people whose criminal trials for protesting at Hancock Air Force Base outside of Syracuse have been delayed due to COVID. Kinane discusses how drones are used to kill people in Afghanistan and how the courts have handled previous protests. With Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Radio Network.

Mission Accomplished CC

June 16, 2021 19:29 - 7 minutes - 6.89 MB

Why is it important for children to have knowledge of entrepreneurship? Coach Carmen Founder of Mission Accomplished Transitioning Services held the Social Entrepreneur Showcase at The Ground Up Cafe in Albany, NY. Tune in to hear how Coach Carmen is making a difference in young women lives. To learn more please visit their website at https://matransitionservices.org/

The Power of Entrepreneurship in Young Women's Lives

June 16, 2021 19:29 - 7 minutes - 6.89 MB

Why is it important for children to have knowledge of entrepreneurship? Coach Carmen, founder of Mission Accomplished Transitioning Services, held the Social Entrepreneur Showcase at The Ground Up Cafe in Albany, NY. Tune in to hear how Coach Carmen is making a difference in young women lives. Reporting by Dulcinia Diggs. To learn more please visit their website at https://matransitionservices.org/

Meghan Keegan- 9th Ward Albany Common Council

June 16, 2021 19:18 - 10 minutes - 9.17 MB

The primaries for Albany Common Council Democrats is June 22 and early voting has begun. Councilwoman Judy Doesschate is stepping down after two terms representing the 9th Ward. Meghan Keegan and Jolyn Gallagher are vying for the open seat. Moses Nagel spoke with Meghan Keegan about her campaign.

SCAA Childhood Poverty Reduction Act

June 16, 2021 18:57 - 9 minutes - 9.05 MB

The NYS Legislature has passed the Childhood Poverty Reduction Act to reduce it by 50% in the state in the next decade. Kate Breslin of the Schuyler Center for Analysis and Advocacy discusses what the bill seeks to do with Mark Dunlea of the Hudson Mohawk Radio Networl.

A Celebration of Freedom, Juneteenth in Albany

June 16, 2021 17:20 - 9 minutes - 8.64 MB

Juneteenth is the celebration of Freedom of enslaved persons of color in the United States. On June 19th 2021, Albany will be celebrating this history with an event that includes vendors, a reflection pool, a libations ceremony, a movie night, and more. Hudson Mohawk Magazine's Sina Basila Hickey spoke with Travon T. Jackson, Executive Director of the African American Cultural Center of the Capital Region, to learn more. The free Juneteenth celebration is taking place on Saturday June 19 o...

Mohamed Abdi on BLM and Organizing in Vermont

June 16, 2021 15:15 - 11 minutes - 10.3 MB

Black Lives Matter organizer and revolutionary activist Mohamed Abdi of Burlington, VT was interviewed by Brendan Maslauskas Dunn during a rally held in Utica in support of the Spring Revolution in Burma. Abdi took a deep dive into the politics of race, activism, and revolutionary struggle in Vermont. Abdi is a co-founder of The Black Perspective, which formed out of the BLM rebellion.

Albany Medical Center Nurses Protest (Jennifer Bejo)

June 16, 2021 13:58 - 10 minutes - 9.85 MB

On June 15, 2021, Hudson Mohawk Magazine Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry attended a picket by the Albany Medical Center Nurses at the Albany Latham Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Clinic at 1019 New Loudon Road. In this labor talk segment, you will hear his interview with Jennifer Bejo, a veteran nurse working in Albany Medical Center ICU, about their fight to get a contract.

HMM 06 - 15 - 21

June 15, 2021 23:43 - 58 minutes - 54 MB

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, We begin by speaking with Arielle Swirnoff of NY Renews about NY State lawmakers failure to pass any major climate legislation Then, Moses Nagel speaks with Zachary Simpson for a overview of who is running in the Common Council races throughout the city of Albany Later on, Deborah Garrett and Jerry Ford join us to tell us about this upcoming weekend’s Juneteenth event After that, we hear excerpts from last Friday’s rally opposing voter repression that too...

Excerpts from the Voting Troy Rally

June 15, 2021 20:20 - 11 minutes - 10.4 MB

At 1:00 Friday the 11th of June, a Rally opposing Voter repression was taking place outside the Rensselaer County Offices. HMM Correspondent Andrea Cunliffe was there recording speeches and comments by concerned residents. Excerpts here are from: Deacon Jerry Ford, Tashika Medina, Gwen Wright, D. Collins, Steven Figueroa, Peter Grimm, Nora McDowell, Melissa Bromley, Emily Menn and Phil Markham. Early voting has started in Troy. The Board of Elections phone number is: 518-270-2990. If...

Excerpts from the Protest Against Voter Suppression in Troy

June 15, 2021 20:20 - 11 minutes - 10.4 MB

At 1:00 Friday the 11th of June, a rally opposing voter suppression was taking place outside the Rensselaer County Board of Elections offices. HMM Correspondent Andrea Cunliffe was there recording speeches and comments by concerned residents. Excerpts here are from: Deacon Jerry Ford, Tasheca Medina, Gwen Wright, D. Colin Charlestin, Steven Figueroa, Peter Grimm, Nora McDowell, Melissa Bromley, Emily Menn and Phil Markham. Early voting has started in Troy. While the protest was happeni...

Reclaiming History - Dr. Solange Ashby- Amanirenas Defeats Augustus- Part Five

June 15, 2021 13:38 - 9 minutes - 13.5 MB

In Part 5 of this episode Dr. Ashby discusses Queen Amanirenas Kandrake/ one of the Candace the Nubian warrior queens. Queen Amanirenas was the queen that defeated Roman Emperor Augustus as he attempted to invade, annex, and levy heavy taxes on the Nubians of the Meroitic Empire (Kush). Dr. Solange a Ph.D. serves in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, at UCLA. She is a founding member of The William Leo Hansberry Society has been awarded a post-doctoral fellowship at UC...

HMM 06 - 14 - 21

June 15, 2021 00:42 - 59 minutes - 54.4 MB

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, We begin by speaking with Corinne Carey about the NY Medical Aid in Dying Act, what it is about and why it failed to pass Then, we introduce a new weekly segment, the Plastic Bucket! This week we hear about the fight in Louisiana against Formosa Plastics from building the largest plastic manufacturing plant Later on, we listen in on a South End Community Collaborative discussion about the Times Union series on Albany's history of redlining After that, we...

Girls Who Code - Capital Region

June 15, 2021 00:03 - 9 minutes - 9.13 MB

Aneesa Hussain founded the Capital Region's chapter of Girls Who Code in 2019 in hopes to inspire young girls to get into coding and technology. Hudson Mohawk Magazine's Sally Becker spoke with Hussain about her organization and being a woman in STEM. You can learn more about Aneesa Hussain and Girls Who Code here: https://www.aneeeeesa.com/girlswhocode-club-info

Albany Common Council Primary Preview

June 14, 2021 18:13 - 10 minutes - 9.21 MB

The Democratic Primaries for the Albany Common Council are on June 22 with early voting already underway. 5 wards will have new members this year as the incumbents step down. Moses Nagel spoke with Zachary Simpson for a overview of who is running in the races throughout the city.

Zaw Naing Win Burma Revolution Full Interview

June 14, 2021 16:13 - 27 minutes - 25.1 MB

Utica resident and Burmese revolutionary activist Zaw Naing Win sat down with Hudson Mohawk Magazine correspondent Brendan Maslauskas Dunn to discuss a mass rally in Utica organized in solidarity with the ongoing revolution in Burma. Zaw Naing Win also speaks about his activity during the 8888 Uprising or People Power Uprising in Burma in 1988, the current military coup and political crisis in his home country, and the ongoing Spring Revolution that erupted . This is the full interview.

NY Renews NYS Lawmakers No Action Climate CCIA

June 14, 2021 15:27 - 9 minutes - 9.13 MB

Climate activists are dismayed that for the second year in the row NYS lawmakers failed to pass any major climate legislation, with bills to enact public power or halt new fossil fuel power plants not even being voted upon in committee. We talk about the Climate and Community Investment Act (polluter penalty / carbon tax) with Arielle Swirnoff of NY Renews. By Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Radio Network.

No Vote on NY Medical Aid in Dying Act

June 14, 2021 15:21 - 9 minutes - 9.15 MB

Among the issues that failed to pass this year in the New York State legislature was the NY Medical Aid in Dying Act. We talk with Corinne Carey, Senior Campaign Director for Compassion and Care in NY, about why this bill is important and why it didn't pass. By Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Radio Network.

Reclaiming History - Dr. Solange Ashby- Trilingual Nubian Priest- Part Four

June 14, 2021 14:19 - 10 minutes - 13.8 MB

In Part 4 of this episode Dr. Ashby discusses the Wayekiye Nubian Priest, scribes, administrators/ambassadors family that served at the Temple of Philae for and the eight generation of Lower Nubian family of priest who working on behalf of the Kings of Meroitic Empire (Kush), and the other people groups the Blemmyes a eastern dessert nomadic that mined gold and precious stones as well as the Noubade a western people group from Darfur region. She is also founding member of the William L...

HMM 06 - 11 - 21

June 11, 2021 23:30 - 59 minutes - 54.4 MB

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, First, Mark Dunlea gives an overview of the recently concluded 2021 legislative session, with a focus on climate change, single payer health care and criminal justice reforms. Then, on Reclaiming History, Lovonia Mallory interviews Egyptologist Dr. Solange Ashby, author of Calling Out to Isis: The Enduring Nubian Presence at Philae. After that, Paul Smart brings us coverage of the Albany Mayoral debate, in which incumbent Kathy Sheehan faced off against t...

Review Of 2021 NYS Legislative Session

June 11, 2021 19:46 - 9 minutes - 9.05 MB

Mark Dunlea gives an overview of the recently concluded 2021 legislative session, with a focus on climate change, single payer health care and criminal justice reforms. There are short interviews with Arielle Swernoff of NY Renews on the Climate and Community Investment Act and Corinne Carey of Compassion and Care on the NY Medical Aid in Dying Act. For Hudson Mohawk Radio Network.

Organizer Challenges Party-Endorsed Candidate for Troy District 6 City Council Seat

June 11, 2021 19:45 - 12 minutes - 11.5 MB

Marketa Edwards is running to represent District 6 on Troy's City Council. She's challenging the candidate endorsed by the Democrats, Cheryl Kennedy, in the primary election on June 22. Edwards spoke with HMM correspondent Corinne Carey about why she chose to run for this seat, the experiences that led her to become a community leader, and the issues she hopes to tackle should she win. Early voting in this election starts on Saturday, June 12.

Christoph Paul Interview

June 11, 2021 18:03 - 9 minutes - 7 MB

An in-person interview with Christoph Paul, the lead singer/songwriter and bassist of the Dionysus Effect, a local rock band from Troy, NY. The interview explores his motivation to start the band, goals for the future and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on local musicians in the Capital Region.

Christoph Paul Interview June 10

June 11, 2021 18:03 - 9 minutes - 7 MB

An in-person interview with Christoph Paul, the lead singer/songwriter and bassist of the Dionysus Effect, a local rock band from Troy, NY. The interview explores his motivation to start the band, goals for the future and the impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on local musicians in the Capital Region.

Juneteenth Rise St. James

June 11, 2021 16:38 - 11 minutes - 10.1 MB

In this first episode of the Plastic Bucket, we talk with Sharon Lavigne of Rise St. James in St. James Parish, Louisiana, about their upcoming Juneteenth event. The fifth district of St. James Parish is fighting a massive plastics plant from being built in their neighborhood. The site where Formosa intends to build a 2,500 acre plastics plant contains hundreds of acres of wetlands and the graves of people who were enslaved. Rise St. James will honor those ancestors at their Juneteenth event....

HMM 06 - 10 - 21

June 10, 2021 20:29 - 58 minutes - 53.5 MB

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, We begin by listening in on a Public Safety Committee in which concerns for inherent and systemic racism in police training were voiced. Then, for this week’s Labor Bucket, we have an interview with Adam Pelletier, the New President of "Troy Area Labor Council." Later on, early voting begins this weekend and we have an interview with Cheryl Kennedy who is running for a Troy City Council seat to represent District 6 After that, we have the second part of ...

Albany's Mayoral Race

June 10, 2021 18:52 - 10 minutes - 9.29 MB

Albany's mayoral race has two women facing each other on primary ballots June 22, in addition to the city's usual array of write-in candidacies. Incumbent Kathy Sheehan and the Rev. Valerie Faust recently faced off in a virtual Meet the Candidate event to demonstrate their different approaches and summarize the raison d'etre of their candidacies. Hudson Mohawk Magazine's Paul Smart edited down the nearly two hour debate, which included Republican candidate Alicia Purdy, to get at some key dif...

Reclaiming History - Dr. Solange Ashby- Importance Of Philae - Part Three

June 10, 2021 15:20 - 9 minutes - 13.5 MB

In Part 3 of this episode Dr. Ashby discusses the strategic importance of the The Temple of Philae and the eight generations of Lower Nubian priest who worked for the Kings of Meroitic Empire (Kush) to perform religions rights, and acted as administrators of the 12 mile region around the boarder of Egypt and Nubia known a Dodecaschoenos (“12 mile land” region that goes 120km south into/ Lower Nubia). She is also founding member of the William Leo Hansberry Society which seeks to create pa...

Update On Early Voting Litigation With Noreen McKee

June 10, 2021 04:35 - 8 minutes - 8.05 MB

Noreen McKee, Board Member of the Rensselaer County League of Women Voters spoke to HMM's Melissa Bromley about the latest in the New York State Attorney General's lawsuit against Rensselaer County Board of Elections for failing to provide voters in Rensselaer County with adequate and equitable access to early voting poll sites, specifically in communities of color. On Wednesday, 6/9, the Board of Elections filed an appeal to Friday's decision from Judge Adam W. Silverman that the BOE must s...

Reclaiming History - Dr. Solange Ashby- Egyptian History Overview- Part Two

June 10, 2021 03:14 - 9 minutes - 13.7 MB

On Reclaiming History, Lovonia speaks with Dr. Solange Ashby Ph.D. This is part 2 of a multi-part segment, Dr. Ashby reviews the timeline of Egypt: Predynastic period, Old Kingdom, Intermediate, Middle Kingdom, and New Kingdom, and 25th Dynasty. Dr. Ashby received her Ph.D. in Egyptology with a specialization in ancient Egyptian language and Nubian religion from the University of Chicago. Her first book, Calling Out to Isis: The Enduring Nubian Presence at Philae, explores the temple of Phi...

Former Troy Economic Development Coordinator Seeks City Council Seat

June 10, 2021 03:00 - 9 minutes - 9.15 MB

Cheryl Kennedy is running for a Troy City Council seat to represent District 6. HMM correspondent Corinne Carey talked to Cheryl about why she's running, what her priorities will be should she win the seat, and her position on a number of issues facing the city. Cheryl has the nomination of Democratic party leaders, but is being challenged by Marketa Edwards for the Democratic party line. Early voting for the Democratic primary begins Saturday, June 12.

Former Troy Economic Development Coordinate Seeks City Council Seat

June 10, 2021 03:00 - 9 minutes - 9.15 MB

Cheryl Kennedy is running for a Troy City Council seat to represent District 6. HMM correspondent Corinne Carey talked to Cheryl about why she's running, what her priorities will be should she win the seat, and her position on a number of issues facing the city. Cheryl has the nomination of Democratic party leaders, but is being challenged by Marketa Edwards for the Democratic party line. Early voting for the Democratic primary begins Saturday, June 12.

United by Urgency - Extinction Rebellion Joins Tonko Tuesdays

June 10, 2021 01:26 - 9 minutes - 9.02 MB

Protesters from multiple organizations joined together to show their frustration with the environmental efforts of U.S. Representative Paul Tonko in a weekly event called Tonko Tuesdays. Hear from Protesters at the event and learn about what different organizations are doing to promote clean energy.

Reclaiming History- Dr. Edda Fields Black On Harriet Tubman- A Black Female Patriot Part 2

June 10, 2021 01:08 - 9 minutes - 13.5 MB

On Reclaiming History, Lovonia speaks with Dr. Edda L. Fields-Black is Associate Professor, Carnegie Mellon Lovonia Mallory discuss Harriett Tubman freeing more the 700 people during a military raid in South Carolina. This is part 2 of a multi-part segment. Dr. Edda L. Fields-Black is Associate Professor, Carnegie Mellon University in the Department of History. She is author of her upcoming book entitled, Combee’: Harriet Tubman, the Combahee River Raid, and Black Freedom during the Civil ...

Albany Library Re - Opens

June 09, 2021 23:55 - 10 minutes - 9.19 MB

The Albany Public library has recently re-opened all its branches to the public. However, even as the pandemic forced branches to close over the past year, the library continued to serve the community. Moses Nagel took a trip to his local branch and spoke to Deanna DiCarlo and Lauren Cardinal, a few of the librarians that have kept the library going through it all.

HMM 06 - 09 - 21

June 09, 2021 23:39 - 57 minutes - 52.2 MB

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, We begin with an update on the ongoing struggle with the Norlite Incinerator in Cohoes. Then, our Peace Bucket features Elliot Adams, former national head of Veterans for Peace Later on, we get a report from the second Tonko Tuesday protest on climate. After that, we get an update about the continuing fight to provide an early voting site for downtown Troy residents. Finally, we cover a recent press conference about a young girl who was abused by a bus m...

Community Reactions To The TU's 'A City Divided'

June 09, 2021 20:34 - 10 minutes - 9.38 MB

The Times Union has started a series of front-page stories outlining Albany's history of redlining and other elements of systemic racism, and the ways in which those elements have shaped today's urban problems. HMM correspondent Paul Smart recently edited comments from a South End Community Collaborative discussion of the series, and suggestions for moving forward, as an example of how our communities are working to face a shared dark history.

Racism Uncovered In Police Academy Training?

June 09, 2021 19:07 - 9 minutes - 9.12 MB

Albany Community Police Review Board chair Nairobi Vives, Esq., recently addressed what she saw as inherent and systemic racism in police training at a recent Public Safety Committee.

Adams Refuse To Fight In Wars

June 09, 2021 17:55 - 9 minutes - 9.11 MB

Elliot Adams is the former national head of Veterans for Peace. He discussed the insanity of war and points out that military and political leaders could not go to war if people refused to participate. With Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Radio Network.

Press Conference: A Local Mom’s Fight for Justice For Yasmeen

June 09, 2021 17:10 - 10 minutes - 9.27 MB

In 2018, Yasmeen Richardson, a 7-year old African-American child was abused by a bus monitor. Today we air excerpts of a press conference that took place on June 4, 2021 where local activists from Albany, Schenectady and Troy came together to amplify her mother's message . This segment was produced by Hudson Mohawk Magazine's Elizabeth Press.

Troy Area Labor Council (President, Adam Pelletier) Part 1

June 09, 2021 15:24 - 9 minutes - 8.71 MB

On June 9, 2021, Hudson Mohawk Magazine Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry interviewed Adam Pelletier, the New President of "Troy Area Labor Council." In this part- one labor segment, you will hear his interview with him about his new position and thoughts on the future of the Troy Area Labor Council.

Reclaiming History- Dr. Solange Ashby- The First Black Female Egyptologist Part One

June 09, 2021 11:38 - 9 minutes - 13.6 MB

In this episode of Reclaiming History Part 1 of a multi part series, Lovonia Mallory interviews Dr. Solange Ashby Ph.D. She received her Ph.D. in Egyptology with a specialization in ancient Egyptian language and Nubian religion from the University of Chicago. Her first book, Calling Out to Isis: The Enduring Nubian Presence at Philae, explores the temple of Philae’s history as a Nubian sacred site. Dr. Ashby will join the faculty of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures at UCLA where she will t...

HMM 06 - 08 - 21

June 08, 2021 23:36 - 58 minutes - 53.5 MB

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, We begin with Joel Berg, Director of Hunger Free America, who was in Albany last week to kick off a 20-state anti-hunger tour. Then, Eoghann Renfroe of the Empire Justice Center talks about the push to have the New York State legislature pass the Gender Recognition Act. Later on, we’ll hear from those who attended a demonstration at Townsend Square in Albany last Friday evening regarding the current Palestinian Israeli conflict. After that, Marissa Peck, ...

Voices from the Palestinian Demonstratio - Albany

June 08, 2021 21:07 - 9 minutes - 8.73 MB

Those attending the Demonstration at Townsend Square in Albany Friday evening voiced their feelings and passions regarding the current Palestinian Isreale conflict. Activists, students, speaking tom Ellis,

Voices from the Palestinian Demonstration - Albany

June 08, 2021 21:07 - 9 minutes - 8.73 MB

On Friday the fourth at a demonstration in Townsend Square in Albany, activists voiced their feelings and passions regarding the current Palestinian Israeli conflict. In this on-the-scene report, Andrea Cunliffe spoke with a number of participants and organizers about their concerns. Caelan McPherson assisted with this report. For more information, visit websites for the Palestinian Rights Committee of the Capital Region, Palestinian Youth Movement, Jewish Voice for Peace, or the ANSWER Coal...

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