7.20.13 MikeThreeSixty [Radio]

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Luna Olavarria Gallegos sat down in studio with Mike360, a local muralist and talented musician. He had some insightful things to say about how hip-hop culture relates to his work in the community. We  featured some of his music, which

7.13.14 Welcome Chantel and Christina! [Radio]

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We are happy to introduce our 2014-2015 Generation Justice Fellows: Christina Rodriguez and Chantel Trujillo! Both Christina and Chantel bring a wealth of experience and passion to the fellowship position, and we couldn’t be any happier to have them on

6.29.14 Free Press and Georgetown Journalism [Radio]

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On this show Mary Alice Crim from Free Press updates us on the latest media reform developments, and explain the threats to net neutrality. Then, Doug Mitchell and Amy Kovac-Ashley join us to talk about their intensive summer journalism class. Why would a

6.22.14 Mentorship [Radio]

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Mentors are a valuable resource to the community and can play a huge role in the lives and development of young people. This week’s show highlights the work of Big Brothers Big Sisters of America in New Mexico by speaking with Chief

Community in Action

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By Jason Fuller:The city of Albuquerque has yet again gained national and international attention for the wrong reason. Since 2010, those who took an oath to protect and serve the people of Albuquerque have failed to do so.  The Albuquerque

OYE!

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By Jason Fuller: Misguided, out of touch, self-serving and ungrateful are a few words used to describe young people. Mitchell Hartman said the following in his New York Times article “Millennials at Work: Young and Callow, Like Their Parents”, “They

6.8.14 APD Update and Remembering Maya Angelou [Radio]

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On this show we’ll hear the community perspective on the sit-in and arrests at the Albuquerque mayor’s office Monday June 2. Mary Jobe, whose husband and father of their three children was killed unjustly by the police, and was at

Really… Me? [Blog]

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By Jason Fuller: On Saturday, January 25th, The Generation Justice crew (Kamaria Umi, Pauly Denetclaw & myself) set out to record UNM’s Africana Studies Black History Month Kickoff Brunch. The game plan was to cover the brunch and record the Keynote

5.18.14 Education Equity [Radio]

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Congratulations recent graduates! This week’s show focuses on Education Equity. We feature Dr. Augustine Romero of the Tucson Unified School District talking about the revolutionary Social Justice Education Project that he co-founded and that was shut down by the Arizona