Today at La Voz Sachem Hawkstorm, hereditary leader of the original Schaghticoke people and member of the Council of the International Treaty of the Original Peoples, spoke about forests, biodiversity, women and the Lanapee language, which seeks to be reborn in the Hudson Valley. The outstanding international tango dancer Guillermina Quiroga, shared about the milonga to benefit  La Voz magazine on Saturday at Bard College. Norma Pereira told us about her trip to her native Guatemala, and what she will do in a rural school and with organic farmers. And Ann Sullivan, coordinator of Hudson Valley Civic Engagement, explained what is at stake with Census 2020.