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The Sanctuary for Independent Media The Sanctuary for Independent Media is a telecommunications production facility dedicated to communi The Sanctuary for Independent Media is part of Media Alliance, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in upstate New York.

Our mission is to use art and participatory action to promote social and environmental justice and freedom of creative expression. Everything we do is made possible with the generous support of people like you. Since 2005 we have been building an arts and environmental campus in North Central Troy. We operate indoor and outdoor presenting and production facilities (the Sanctuary and Freedom Square

Our mission is to use art and participatory action to promote social and environmental justice and freedom of creative expression. Everything we do is made possible with the generous support of people like you. Since 2005 we have been building an arts and environmental campus in North Central Troy. We operate indoor and outdoor presenting and production facilities (the Sanctuary and Freedom Square

Operating as usual

Garden hours today in Collard City Growers from 4-6pm. Sunflower “trees”Yellow tomatoCucumberSorrelDragon tongue beansPu...
09/16/2022

Garden hours today in Collard City Growers from 4-6pm.
Sunflower “trees”
Yellow tomato
Cucumber
Sorrel
Dragon tongue beans
Purple kale, clover, and bumble bee


5 years of Hudson Mohawk Magazine! Thank you to all of those who joined us in marking this day. Community and independen...
09/15/2022

5 years of Hudson Mohawk Magazine! Thank you to all of those who joined us in marking this day. Community and independent journalism are at the root of this program.

Here are some photos of people of all ages enjoying the step-and-repeat and the cardboard mic, radio, and ‘5’ props at the event.

Last week's top plays from Hudson Mohawk Magazine are:• A Tribute to Meghan Marohn on her Birthday by  • Hudson Mohawk M...
09/13/2022

Last week's top plays from Hudson Mohawk Magazine are:
• A Tribute to Meghan Marohn on her Birthday by
• Hudson Mohawk Magazine is 5 Years Old; an Interview with Steve Pierce
• Mishler and Enck Speak at Solidarity Committee Annual Picnic by Mark Dunlea

Here are three other story suggestions that you may have missed:
• Screenprint Biennial 2022 with by Andrea Cunliffe
• Clean Slate Coming to Troy City Council by Mark Dunlea and Cathy Silber
• Solidarity Labor Day Celebration with Rev. Ibrahím Pedriñán by Willie Terry

Find our full archive on our website MediaSanctuary.org

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Meghan Marohn’s presence was felt as we marked 5 years of Hudson Mohawk Magazine. She was a prolific producer.Nancy Webe...
09/12/2022

Meghan Marohn’s presence was felt as we marked 5 years of Hudson Mohawk Magazine. She was a prolific producer.

Nancy Weber poured her love for Meghan into this altar. If you’d like to visit, please make an appointment by emailing [email protected]

Images of an altar set up for Meghan Marohn that have a photo of Meghan by surrounded by mementos that include books, art, a flower bouquet, trinkets, a book to write thoughts in (later to be given to Meg’s family), a typewriter, a teacup with flowers and biscotti, and many more offerings and mementos. The table was set up under a stained glass window.

Last week's top plays from Hudson Mohawk Magazine are:• Shaker History & Turkey Yoga  by Brea Barthel• Quintocracy Pairs...
09/08/2022

Last week's top plays from Hudson Mohawk Magazine are:
• Shaker History & Turkey Yoga by Brea Barthel
• Quintocracy Pairs Crepes with Classical Music by Andrea Cunliffe
• Sam Fein on Expansion of Capital City Rescue Mission by Mark Dunlea

Here are three other story suggestions that you may have missed:
• All Charges Dropped for Saratoga Springs BLM Activist - Lexis Figuereo by
• Harmful Algae Blooms by Moses Nagel
• Overdose Awareness Day by Tsekani Jackson and Caelan McPherson

Find our full archive on our website MediaSanctuary.org

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09/08/2022

Thanks to for compiling recordings from people who love Meghan Marohn.

You can hear part one of this tribute on our website. This is just a preview of some of her friends and family who shared their messages with us.

If you'd like to share a max. 2 minute recording about Meghan for a future compilation, please email it to [email protected]

image description: purple graphic with a photo of Meghan Marohn sitting in the Hart Cluett Museum taken by Susan B Anthony and text that reads, "Tribute to Meghan Marohn." Overlaid on the graphic is a moving waveform that reacts to the recording and subtitles.

Meghan Marohn’s birthday is today. She would have been 43. Meghan is part of the Sanctuary family. She was a teacher, po...
09/07/2022

Meghan Marohn’s birthday is today. She would have been 43.

Meghan is part of the Sanctuary family. She was a teacher, poet, climate activist, a dedicated family member, and so many other things.

Meghan was a Hudson Mohawk Magazine producer, and if you search for her name on our website you will find pages and pages of incredible radio stories that she produced. On tonight’s HMM program, you will hear community members share memories about Meghan, produced by EP.

This Sunday, Nancy Weber will create an Altar for Meghan at the community gathering for Hudson Mohawk Magazine’s 5th Anniversary.

The imprint that Meghan left is so large that it is impossible to list every way that she left a mark. We miss her dearly and send our love to all of you who miss her too.

• • •
To visit the altar or hear radio stories by Meghan, please visit MediaSanctuary.org. For additional questions contact us at: email [email protected] or call 518-441-0229.

To contribute to a future radio segment with additional memories about Meghan, please record yourself for 2 minutes MAX, beginning with your name, sharing your story/memory about Meghan. Recordings can be sent to [email protected]

image description: photos of Meghan Marohn. 1- on stage at the Sanctuary for Independent Media introducing Chris Hedges, 2- dressed up and smiling while sitting at a typewriter for her Troy Poem Project, 3- a still from her Sanctuary Sustainer video in the hoop house in the Collard City Growers, 4- a photograph by Branda Ann Kenneally taken during a holiday party at the Sanctuary, 5- a photograph of Meghan by a stream in the woods, taken from one of her radio stories.

Since the pandemic, Hudson Mohawk Magazine has operated largely virtually. However this Sunday, September 11 from 4pm - ...
09/06/2022

Since the pandemic, Hudson Mohawk Magazine has operated largely virtually. However this Sunday, September 11 from 4pm - 6pm, join us for a community gathering to honor the many volunteer hours that go into this locally-focused news program.

Gather with us in our outdoor courtyard for light snacks and drinks, a step-and-repeat for photos, get a limited-edition tshirt, and record a station ID to play on the radio.

At 5pm we will honor our volunteer producers who are the heart of this program. A producer who is dearly missed is Meghan Marohn; Nancy Weber will be creating a special altar in honor of her.

We maintain our mask wearing mandate and want to maintain a safe event where all of our producers and friends feel comfortable.

We hope to see you there.
Find more information on our website.

image description: a photo of an engineer working in the radio studio from above. The image is layered with text saying "event" along the edges. The main text reads "5th Anniverssary of Hudson Mohawk Magazine, Sept 11, 4pm"

It's Labor Day, and so tonight and tomorrow morning we bring you a special episode of Hudson Mohawk Magazine in honor or...
09/05/2022

It's Labor Day, and so tonight and tomorrow morning we bring you a special episode of Hudson Mohawk Magazine in honor or this holiday, all laborers, and all labor movements.

Tune in to hear replays of:
• Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry's coverage of a labor rally with various speakers in "Labor Voices from the Amazon Schodack Rally"
• Elizabeth Press's interview with Capital Roots union organizers back in July for "Capital Roots Staff Will Unionize"
• Mark Dunlea's interview with Rev. Witt in "Rural Migrant Ministry’s Push for Lower Overtime for Farmworkers"
• Cathy Silber getting an update on union busting for "Amazon Labor Union Schodack, NY Warehouse Update with Heather Goodall"
• Willie Terry's coverage of a past event, "Organizers on Organizing (Part 1) Jessica Ramos and Sean Collins"

Catch the episode on Monday night at 6pm and again on Tuesday at 7am and 9am, or find the episode in your podcast app or on our website.

Find our full archive on our website MediaSanctuary.org

images: 1- text reads, "Labor Day Special on Hudson Mohawk Magazine" with an image of unionizers and supporters at an Amazon Schodack Rally. 2- blow up animals with money bags in front of the Urban Grow Center. 3- two individuals with bullhorns on a platform with balloons and a "farmworkers feed the world" banner. 4- a group image of ALB1 union organizers, including Heather Goodall. 5- the flyer for Organizers on Organizing labor panel including union speakers from Capital Roots, Skidmore College, Joseph's House, ALB1/ Amazon, Starbucks Workers

Thanks to  for helping to clean up the campus! Images of trash being collected outside of NATURE Lab and in the L-lot wi...
09/03/2022

Thanks to for helping to clean up the campus!

Images of trash being collected outside of NATURE Lab and in the L-lot with black trash bags and trash pickers.
Not pictured: cleaning People’s Health Sanctuary, lugging old wood from Collard City Growers, moving equipment and reusable lumber, and more.

Open hours reminder! Tomorrow 4-6 we’ll take advantage of bountiful greens (welcome back sorrel!) and grind up some gree...
09/01/2022

Open hours reminder! Tomorrow 4-6 we’ll take advantage of bountiful greens (welcome back sorrel!) and grind up some green sauce to freeze for winter months. We’re thinking sorrel, lemon juice, salt, maybe garlic, and whatever other green goodness we decide to toss in. Join us, or stop by during future open hours to pick up a bag to bring home! Oh, and maybe we’ll crack open another watermelon😋 Images:

1) Fruits (& veggies) harvested during last week's open hours, including an almost ripe (and still delicious!) watermelon
2) Remember our open hours are family-oriented, bring your kiddos to play & munch!
3) Our Reinvigorated sorrel patch, ready for green sauce making.

Last week's top plays from Hudson Mohawk Magazine are:•Dunn Landfill Opponents Push DEC on Permit Renewal by Mark Dunlea...
08/30/2022

Last week's top plays from Hudson Mohawk Magazine are:
•Dunn Landfill Opponents Push DEC on Permit Renewal by Mark Dunlea
•Join the Circus with Aaron Marquise by Andrea Cunliffe
•Roberto Múkaro Borrero .borrero on Indigenous Lands by

Here are three other story suggestions that you may have missed:
•Capital Roots Fires Union Organizers and Cancels Major Fundraising Event by
•Water Justice Lab Visits the Wastewater Treatment Plant by Water Justice Lab and interview by fellow Muzzamil Moate
•Freedom Unshackled Decries Loss of Care Packages for Inmates by Mark Dunlea

Find our full archive on our website MediaSanctuary.org

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How's the water??? Water Justice Youth Fellows can tell you, that down-river at the closest public swimming beach on the...
08/26/2022

How's the water??? Water Justice Youth Fellows can tell you, that down-river at the closest public swimming beach on the Hudson, it's good!!! For our final week of Source to Estuary: Water Justice Summer Camp, we traveled south along the Hudson to Kingston Point Beach, the closest point on the Hudson to Troy where ’s water quality monitoring program has deemed the water consistently safe for swimming. We visited Water Justice Lab mentor Sebastian Pillitteri at the Riverkeeper water quality monitoring lab on the banks of Rondout Creek, then headed to the beach for some quality time with the Hudson. The water temperature was great, the clouds were spectacular, the sand was soft (we just had to watch our feet for water chestnut pods, a recurring presence along all our source to estuary journeys). Our final radio piece will be coming out soon, and we look forward to wrapping up the season with three more water quality testing weekends. To follow along with our process and learn more about Source to Estuary, visit the Water Justice Lab page at mediasanctuary.org (under "What we do" -> "Youth Sanctuary")

Last week's top plays from Hudson Mohawk Magazine are:•Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis on June Poor People’s Campaign Low Wage Wo...
08/23/2022

Last week's top plays from Hudson Mohawk Magazine are:
•Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis on June Poor People’s Campaign Low Wage Workers Assembly (P1) by Willie Terry
•The Tool Library Opens in Albany by Brea Barthel
•EOC Community Fair (part 3): More from Dr. Denise Fernandez-Pallozzi, Executive Director by Willie Terry

Here are three other story suggestions that you may have missed:
•Brotha X on Black August, part 1 by
•Accessible Nature Spaces in Rensselaer by Sal Rochelle
•United Tenants on Problems with Schuyler Apartments

Find our full archive on our website MediaSanctuary.org

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Just thinking about how much it takes to run this place and about all the volunteers who dedicate time and energy to be ...
08/22/2022

Just thinking about how much it takes to run this place and about all the volunteers who dedicate time and energy to be a part of it. The Sanctuary runs on People Power and we want to thank YOU for all your support!

We went into the archives for these photos from July 2017: many people together in the basement of the Sanctuary after a volunteer work day.

We have a full season ahead with plenty of opportunities to get involved.

Last week's top plays from Hudson Mohawk Magazine are:Mama Love: Mother to Son! Summer Jam by Cathy SilberSidewalk Warri...
08/19/2022

Last week's top plays from Hudson Mohawk Magazine are:
Mama Love: Mother to Son! Summer Jam by Cathy Silber
Sidewalk Warriors and Serving Troy by Caelan McPherson
Dunn Dump Still Dumping by Cathy Silber

Here are three other story suggestions that you may have missed:
Triple E’s: Bobby Murray, Part 1 by H Bosh Jr
Beating the Heat at by Niko Nagel-Dreby
Sandra Owén:nakon Deer-Standup on the Land-Back Effort in Schoharie by Sina Basila Hickey

Find our full archive on our website MediaSanctuary.org

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The 7th week of Source to Estuary: Water Justice Summer Camp found us out on the river on a solar pontoon boat! Water Ju...
08/18/2022

The 7th week of Source to Estuary: Water Justice Summer Camp found us out on the river on a solar pontoon boat! Water Justice Youth Fellows & mentor joined Scott Kellogg of the Radix Ecological Sustainability Center for a trip along the Albany shoreline of the Hudson River, where we learned about his experiments with floating islands as a means of improving water quality and broadening access to the waterfront. Images:

1. Right to Left: Shansanique, Muzzamil, and Scott stand on the shiny metal surface of the pontoon boat, which has two benches for seating four passengers. Solar panels are visible peaking over the roof of the boat, and wires connect the steering wheel to convertors and batteries that power the electric engine. The Hudson River's eastern shore and the Amtrak Broadway Bridge are visible behind them.

2. Shansanique looks across the water towards the "Big C", an outflow point where wastewater--usually treated, sometimes combined with raw sewage--empties back into the Hudson.

3. Another view of the "Big C". Two large pipes, maybe 12 feet in diameter, are half submerged in the water at the shoreline. One is gushing water, creating white frothy waves. A warehouse, freeway overpass, and u-haul van are visible behind, beyond greenery growing on the shoreline.

4. Muzzamil looks south down the Hudson towards Island Creek Park, the only riverfront access in Albany's south end neighborhood.

5. A floating island installed in the water off the shore of Island Creek Park. Black plastic tubes filled with pool noodles created an oblong structure about 20 feet long and 3 feet wide that floats on the water. Filled with biodegradable substrate, these little floating habitats provide niches for organisms who can't survive on the exposed concrete walls and steep banks that line the river, and in turn the organisms help break down and process the excess nutrients released into the river during combined sewage overflow events.

6. Scott's hand reaches down from the boat to inspect root growth and aquatic insect and invertebrate populations on one end of an island. Reed and sedge-like plants…contd in captions

08/16/2022
Fall 2022 Sanctuary Season

Check out our fantastic Fall 2022 event season:
Sep 11 - 5th Anniversary of Hudson Mohawk Magazine on Sanctuary Radio, a community gathering
Sep 20 - “The Janes,” film screening & panel- VIRTUAL
Oct 8 - Al Bilali Soudan, a concert by a Tuareg griot family band
Oct 21 - Chris Hedges talk on his latest book, “The Greatest Evil is War”
Nov 3 - Be The Media! workshop: Social Issue Filmmaking with Yoruba Richen followed by a film screening and panel discussion around “The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks”
Nov 10 - Be the Media! Workshop with Electronic Disturbance Theater 2.0: "Technologies of Disturbance: From Tactical Media to Geo-Poetic Systems”
Nov 16 - BioArt Visionary with Miriam Simun: "Corporeal Entanglements All The Way Down" - VIRTUAL
Nov 19 - Salon Séance: “The End of Time,” an interdisciplinary presentation combining live classical music with visual and theatrical storytelling.
Dec 1 - “American Caliph” book talk with author Shahan Mufti.

More information to come or visit: https://mediasanctuary.org/events/

image description: a gif that begins with a slide showing a speaker on the Sanctuary stage overlayed with large white text: “Fall 2022 Sanctuary Season.” The gif continues to flip through graphics promoting each event. Find more information on our website: https://www.mediasanctuary.org/events/list/

Grapes, grapes, grapes! 🍇 Many of the concord grapes are ripe and ready for harvest. Come by today from 4-6pm for open h...
08/12/2022

Grapes, grapes, grapes! 🍇

Many of the concord grapes are ripe and ready for harvest.

Come by today from 4-6pm for open hours at

What isn’t taken or eaten will be put in the freezer to later be made into jam. Yum!

Images of concord grapes on the vine.

Do you know where Troy's wastewater gets treated? Our Water Justice Lab Fellows do! For Week 6 of Source to Estuary: Wat...
08/11/2022

Do you know where Troy's wastewater gets treated? Our Water Justice Lab Fellows do! For Week 6 of Source to Estuary: Water Justice Summer Camp, youth fellows got a behind the scenes (and underground!) tour from Charles Remington, a plant operator at the Rensselaer County Wastewater Treatment plant. The plant is located on the banks of the Hudson River about four miles south of downtown Troy, and deals with a tremendous amount of water, Charles estimated 13 to 14 million gallons a day during the summer. From removing bulky items like rags, plastic bags, and other trash, to straining off grease, to digesting nutrients with help of bacteria in massive aeration ponds, we got a close look (and smell!) at an essential process that prepares the water from our sewers to return to the Hudson River without spreading disease or contamination. Fellows asked questions about how UV light versus chlorination works to prevent bacterial spread (this plant uses UV light!) and how the methane and solid waste that are byproducts of the process get used. We were glad to learn the plant is able to capture the methane from its digesters to power equipment on site, and intrigued to learn that the solid waste, which has nutrient qualities suitable for use as fertilizer, is difficult to transport and is leading the plant team to experiment with different modes of processing and packaging it. For the final portion of the tour, Charles invited us down into a whole underground world of tunnels that parallels the aboveground length of the plant, a maze of pipes and equipment that transport liquids, "sludge" (a technical term!) and other elements of the treatment process. The landscape down there was fascinating, but we were very grateful to ascend back to the surface and spend some time looking at (and smelling!) the idyllic Hudson River view in front of the plant. Charles kindly answered a range of interview questions for us, which will become part of our growing series of Source to Estuary segments for the Hudson Mohawk Magazine. Images described in comments!

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Our Water Justice Lab fellows are in the news!

https://youtu.be/q9IFaf7Gj3k

Check out the Water Justice Confluence this weekend (starting Friday night)!
Join Chris Hedges this Saturday at 1pm (EDT) for his live stream lecture: Here's the link to the live stream event:
Chris Hedges "The Politics of Cultural Despair"
Friday 10/16/2020 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

"Chris Hedges will present a new talk examining the cultural and social forces that have given rise to extremism in the United States. He will explore the myriad of factors that led to the proliferation of neofascist militias, extremist organizations, demagogic leaders, vast social divides defined by hate, a hyper nationalism and virulent racism as well as a mass media that has descended into burlesque and fans the flames of social disintegration."

https://www.mediasanctuary.org/event/chris-hedges-the-politics-of-cultural-despair/
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Hi Friends! I hope all is well with you and that you are staying healthy. We are working hard to bring all of our spring open houses online and share our progressive mission with local families. Would you please share our next virtual open house for Middle School on Wednesday? Here is the event page- https://www.facebook.com/events/277363253657467/
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A collaboration with FEMeeting, The Sanctuary for Independent Media/NATURE Lab and Leonardo/Olats!!

Friday May 29th 2020, opening at 4pm in Troy, NY and 10pm in Paris, France

On Friday May 29th part of the activities collected remotely will be made public and presented digitally worldwide. Launched under the working title “Antibodies”, FEMeeting WEB 2020 includes the “All Women Crew Podcasts”, the 2020 Space Art Science Workshop organized to celebrate women in art, astronautics and astronomy, and the video podcasts sent by the members of the FEMeeting community at large in response to the upcoming events brought by the COVID-19 crisis.

FEMeeting WEB 2020 is organized with Kathy High and Branda Miller, from Media Sanctuary’s NATURE Lab Initiative (North Troy Art, Technology, and Urban Research in Ecology), and Annick Bureaud, from Leonardo/Olats, together with FEMeeting co-founders Marta de Menezes and Dalila Honorato, with the support of Cultivamos Cultura.

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What can we all do to avert catastrophe and avoid extinction?

Roger Hallam has answers. In his new book, “Common Sense for the 21st
Century: Only Nonviolent Rebellion Can Now Stop Climate Breakdown and
Social Collapse,” Roger Hallam outlines how movements around the world
need to come together now to start doing what works: engaging in mass
civil disobedience to make real change happen. The book gives people
the tools to understand not only why mass disruption, mass arrests,
and mass sacrifice are necessary but also details how to carry out
acts of civil disobedience effectively, respectfully and nonviolently.
It bypasses contemporary political theory, and instead is inspired by
Thomas Paine, the pragmatic 18th-century revolutionary whose pamphlet
Common Sense sparked the American Revolution. “Common Sense for the
21st Century” urges us to confront the truth about climate change and
argues forcefully that only a revolution of society and the state,
similar to the turn that Paine urged the Americans to take into the
political unknown, can save us now.

In April 2018, Roger Hallam met with a group of 15 activists,
environmentalists, and scientists in a café in Bristol. Along with
Gail Bradbrook and Simon Bramwell, he and others founded Extinction
Rebellion. A former organic farmer and long-time climate change
activist, Hallam has been on successful hunger strikes, been arrested
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He holds nothing back: “Life as we know it is over, hell is on the
way, and the only half decent thing to do now is to rebel against the
governments which are planning the death of our children. What
scientists have told us endlessly for 30 years is now coming true.
Climate breakdown is now everywhere. We face social collapse, war and
starvation–and extinction.”
Thank you for taking the time to speak to us Edible Uprising Farm!
Current Seen

Exhibition Dates: October 4 – November 17, 2019
Opening Reception: First Friday, October 4, 6-9pm

Rochester’s small venue biennial, Current Seen supports the region’s growing contemporary art community by bringing new curatorial voices and new artworks together in Downtown Rochester, NY. Core Venues and Framework Venues present curated exhibitions and public art by regional and national artists. Projects all relate to the general theme our current moment / our changing city and are located near East Ave. and Main St. This geographic focus addresses the corridor as both a dividing line and a connective thread, moving audiences along these historic streets.

Nearly all venues will be open Thursday – Saturday, October 4 – November 17, 2019. Exhibitions are free or nearly free. Public Art projects are available 24/7.
Visit currentseen.org for a site map, venues, curators, and hours.

Current Seen website: www.currentseen.org
Email: [email protected]
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/currentseenroc/
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