Sixty-nine-year-old mother and grandmother and New Paltz resident and activist Margaret Human is certainly one who puts her money where her mouth is -- or maybe, more appropriately, puts her feet to the ground, rather than a pedal to motorized metal.
After retiring and selling her home in Pine Plains, Human moved to New Paltz, where her daughter and grandchildren reside. New Paltz was more than a familial home, but a cultural home to Human, who had, over the years, attended many events, protests, lectures on various environmental and social justice issues at SUNY-New Paltz.
“Obviously, I . . .
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