Kingston Land Trust (general)
WKNY Radio Kingston
Mid Hudson News 3/26/2019
Daily Freeman 3/21/2019
Hudson Valley One 2/18/2019
This article also appeared in the 2/21/2019 edition of Kingston Times
Mid Hudson News 2/13/2019
Daily Freeman 2/13/2019
3/20/2019 - The Midweek Meetup - KLT Executive Direct Julia Farr discusses her background, the work of the Kingston Land Trust, and the effort to protect the Pine Street African Burial Ground with host Will Baylies.
WKNY Radio Kingston
Public Service Announcement - running regularly through February and March 2019
Community Corner with Christine - 2/27/2019 - This week Christine Hein, executive director of People's Place, is joined by Shaniqua Bowden and Greg Shaheen of the Kingston Land Trust. The conversation covers the mission of KLT, it's origins and the important and immediate issue of preserving the African Burial Ground on Pine Street in midtown.
Jimmy Buff Loves You - 2/18/2019 - Odell Winfield of Harambee and the A.J. Williams Meyers African Roots Library along with Julia Farr of the Kingston Land Trust join Jimmy Buff to talk about saving an African Burial Ground on Pine Street in Midtown Kingston.
La Voz - 2/14/2019 - KLT Conservation Coordinator Greg Shaheen discusses (in Spanish) the African Burial Ground with co-hosts Mariel Fiori and Antonio Flories-Lobos.
Speak Out - 1/5/2019 - Host Shane Gallo chats with Professor Joe Diamond and Shaniqua Bowden, Outreach Coordinator of the Kingston Land Trust about a very important upcoming project and necessary community initiative: the Pine Street African Burial Ground.
WAMC Northeast Public Radio
2/28/2019 - Part 1 - Kingston Land Trust Fundraises For African Burial Ground
3/1/2019 - Part 2 - Kingston Burial Ground: Reclaiming History
WGHQ Kingston Community Radio
2/22/2019 - Hosts Christine Hein and Ken Brett discuss the African Burial Ground with members of the Kingston Land Trust and Harambee.
2/5/2019 - Members of the Coalition to Save the Pine Street African Burial Ground discuss the project with hosts Nina Postupak and Cameron Rylance for Black History Month
Spectrum News - Air date: 2/14/2019