Our Culture of Communication [Blog]

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The importance of connectivity is greater than ever in this age of smartphones, wifi, and cloud networks. I am not only talking about connecting to the internet, but the importance of truly connecting with others. At one of my first

“Hands Up! Don’t Shoot!”: Intersections of Military and Police [Blog]

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It was six o’clock in the morning when I received the call from my grandma. She was sobbing. She asked if I had seen the news. A homeless, unarmed man had been shot and killed by the police.My bed was

8.24.14 – Police Militarization [Radio]

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Have you asked yourself what you could be doing about police violence in Ferguson or Albuquerque? This week’s radio show features an in-depth interview with international peace activist Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb talking about the militarization of police departments across the

Generation Justice Asks UNM Students about Ferguson, MO [Video]

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Generation Justice YES interns, Izzy Danya Mustafa and Carson Lafferty, interviewed students at the University of New Mexico about  the situation in Ferguson, MO and the rise of police militarization throughout the country.

8.17.2014 – VOCES 2014 [Radio]

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This week on Generation Justice, we feature a group of talented youth writers from the VOCES 2014 Writing Institute, which takes place at the National Hispanic Cultural Center. Now in its 13th year, the VOCES program brings together a diverse

8.10.14 – La June Montgomery Tabron & YES! Interns [Radio]

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Generation Justice Fellow Pauly Denetclaw talks to La June Montgomery Tabron, President and CEO of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, about the foundation’s commitment to New Mexico and the importance of providing meaningful opportunities for New Mexican youth. Then, five new

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