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Faces of Change: Kingston

Faces of Change: Kingston

Community Leaders on What Their City Needs to Thrive
Portraits of 11 of Kingston-based activists who are educating, advocating, and organizing for an inclusive, equitable future.

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Kingston Community Leaders: Susie Ximenez

LatinX Project Founder Susie Ximenez on her work, art, and leaving space for existing communities.

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Kingston Community Leaders: Mariel Fiori, La Voz and Radio Kingston

La Voz's Mariel Fiori on the power of using her tools—her voice, her journalism, her power— to make an impact in Kingston.

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Kingston Community Leaders: Molly Sterrs

Molly Sterrs, of O+ and the Kingston Library, on the work she's doing and the work that needs to be done in Kingston.

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Kingston Community Leaders: Susan Hereth, YMCA Farm Educator

YMCA Farm Educator Susan Hereth on her work educating, connecting, and nourishing the community—and how you can help.

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Kingston Community Leaders: Rashida Tyler

Rashida Tyler on Kingston Tenants Union's work, what she loves about Kingston, and the power of grassroots organizing.

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Kingston Community Leaders: Tyrone Wilson

Executive Director and founder of Harambee Tyrone Wilson on educating the community on African American culture and bringing people together for the greater good.

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Kingston Community Leaders: Quay Smith, Rise Up Kingston, LGBTQ Center

Quay Smith of Rise Up Kingston and the LGBTQ Center on the power of emphasizing "unity" in community.

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Kingston Community Leaders: Jordan Scruggs, Mindy Kole, and Julissa Hernandez

New Start for Women's Jordan Scruggs, Mindy Kole, and Julissa Hernandez on their work and the work that still needs to be done in Kingston.

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Kingston Community Leaders: Katy Kondrat, Farmers Market, Kingston Co-op

Kingston Co-op's Katy Kondrat on the importance and benefits of access to fresh local produce in Kingston.

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Kingston Community Leaders: Shaniqua Bowden

Founder and host of Nubian Cafe and co-founder of MyKingstonKids Shaniqua Bowden on her work and her hopes for the future of Kingston.

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The Endless Waves of Reinvention in Hudson

As a new generation comes of age in Hudson, we look at the age-old and distinctly modern issues facing the riverfront city.

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Kingston Community Leaders: Frank Waters

A Q&A with Executive Director of MyKingstonKids Frank Waters.

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Woodstock: A Legacy of Art and Community

A Story That Runs So Much Deeper than the ‘Festival That Didn’t Happen'
Since the turn of the 20th century, Woodstock has hummed as a thriving center of art, culture, commerce, and community.

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Planning a Trip to Harriman State Park? Here's Where to Eat and Stay

Nail Your Next Rockland County Getaway
Sloatsburg, NY and the nearby Harriman State Park, offer countless opportunities for outdoor adventuring from hiking and camping to rockclimbing and downhill biking; plus a wide range of restaurants, cafes, shops, and inns.

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Change is A'Comin: What's New in New Paltz

The college town of New Paltz, New York is a center for arts, nature, and education in the Hudson Valley.

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Rocktober @ Columbia Greene Community College

Rocktober

Sat., Oct. 19, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. — C-GCC to Host Multi-faceted Community Event This full day of activities will...
Fall Kill Aquablitz @ Malcolm X Park

Fall Kill Aquablitz

Sat., Oct. 19, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. — Learn about nature along the Fall Kill Creek. In addition to exploring...

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