Our Water is Sacred

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There is a small farming town about 30 miles south of Albuquerque called Tomé. I was raised there. My house sits on dry land, just a few feet away from the easternmost ditch that carries water from the Rio Grande.

4.19.15 My ABQ [Radio]

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Generation Justice devoted a whole show to upcoming community events. Click play to listen to hear a power packed Community Calendar!! Too often, too many things get overlooked or forgotten about in the community while they shouldn’t be. This stellar

Creating Your Own Path

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John Garcia animatedly tells the story of summoning up the nerve to speak with the highly-influential and magical writer, Gabriel García Márquez. John approaches him, talks with him for awhile, and then asks Márquez for writing advice – the heavy,

4.12.15 Sustainable Earth [Radio]

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Generation Justice hears about the University of New Mexico’s Sustainability Program and Earth Day. Sustainability Studies students talk with us about a more sustainable campus for UNM as well as waste management and environmental degradation. We also hear from Arturo

America’s Need for the Underdog

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One of the most influential tweeters, @pushinghoops, known offline as Ayesha A. Siddiqi, recently graced the public with the release of her podcast, Pushing Hoops With Sticks. In the podcast, Ayesha discusses American pop culture by “exploring what stories this

The Unexpected Virtue of Emails

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In the midst of a prophesied presidential campaign, Hillary has to watch what she says… and what she types, and what she deletes. In our tech-savvy political realm, you’d expect that somewhere along the lines Hillary would find it more

3.29.15 Frank Waln [Radio]

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Award-winning Lakota Hip-hop performer, producer and artist Frank Waln acknowledges the inequality of opportunity in America but also encourages young Natives to meet that deficit head-on. Click play to hear from Frank about his thought on institutionalized racism and so

In this Together

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I am completely overwhelmed by the incredible leadership and organizing that I have witnessed in the last month. Students from across New Mexico, and across the country, have taken a stand against the oppressive standardized tests. Here in Albuquerque, students

Fuerza

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The little camera on my laptop took me thousands of miles away to the offices of Futuro Media, to Maria Hinojosa. Her energy was so strong, and familiar, like family. Her laugh and her passion, visible and felt. Maria Hinojosa