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Baby-Friendly Communities - Bridging the Gap in Disparities. March 5th, 1pm - 430 pm. African American Performing Arts Center, 310 San Pedro Dr. NE in Albuquerque.
CEC/AHS Native American Club Community Dinner. March 6th, 2014. 6pm. Albuquerque High School Cafeteria.
Israel Apartheid Week: Film "Life in Occupied Palestine: Eyewitness Stories and Photos". Tuesday March 11th. 11:30am. Student Union Building Lobo A.
Israel Apartheid Week: Film "Budrus". Tuesday March 11th. 1pm. Student Union Building Lobo A.
Israel Apartheid Week: UNM Dream Team- Border Militarization: From Palestine to the US/Mexico Border. Tuesday march 11th. 3pm. Student Union Building Trail/Spirit Room.
Israel Apartheid Week: Street Theater. Thursday March 13th. 11am. Yale Mall, UNM.
Israel Apartheid Week: BDS Action: Boycott SodaStream!. Saturday March 15th. 2pm. Target at Uptown.
SWOP will advocate for the air quality control board to strengthen its rules on March 12th, 5:30pm. 1 Civic Plaza NW
8th Annual Albuquerque Public Schools Native American Fashion Show. April 9th, 2014. 6pm.
ART Is ACTIVISM! Producer Luna Olavarria Gallegos looks at the connection between Art and Activism. We’ll hear from Alina Tavares Shelly and Alma Olavarria Gallegos, about their interview with the Panamanian duo Los Rakas. The show also features Nationally recognized
By Alma Olavarria GallegosOn September 21, 2013 in Red River, New Mexico, my friend Alina Taveras Shelley and I saw Los Rakas, an Oakland hip hop band with members of Panamanian heritage. Alina and I were able to talk with
On September 17, 2013 Generation Justice Fellow Jason Fuller interviewed hip-hop artist and activist Brother Ali at the Southwest Organizing Project’s Feed the Hood Community Farm. They discussed the connections between art and activism.
Generation Justice member Markus Beruman interviewed hip-hop artist and activist I Self Devine on September 17th, 2013 at the Southwest Organizing Project’s Feed the Hood Community Farm.
This week we talked with a panel of policy experts discussing recent important legislative outcomes. Start listening to hear what happened with education, taxes, the living wage, and early childhood education during the 2014 legislative session. Panelists include Javier Benavidez
This week’s show focuses on one of our core values, LOVE! We’ll hear from Generation Justice staff and youth about what love means to them, including romantic love, love for self, love for community, and love for family and friends.
This week’s show honors Black History Month. On Saturday January 25, 2014 the University of New Mexico hosted the 2014 Africana Studies at UNM Black History Month Kickoff. Sunday’s show featured the guests of honor at the Kick-off: Sybrina Fulton
This week’s show continues our focus on the New Mexico 2014 legislature with a discussion with the New Mexico Coalition for Equity and Justice. They are an intergenerational, statewide coalition focused on educational access, equity, inclusion, and justice. We’ll also
By Pauly Denetclaw Last Monday, eight members of Generation Justice were scheduled to video chat with Maria Hinojosa, the anchor for Latino USA and President of the Futuro Media Group. I was so nervous. My pulse was racing and I couldn’t