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I never imagined hearing the words “it’s okay to be emotional” coming from a professional journalist. I always imagined the professionals were a lot different than me; completely separated from their feelings and values within their work. Maria Hinojosa proved

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3.22.15 Legislative Session Update [Radio]

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The 2015 ‪New Mexico‬ Legislative Session recently came to a close. We’re joined by two experts to keep up-to-date with the legislation that will directly affect our communities. Live in studio with us was Patrick Davis, Executive Director and Journalist

A Fish Challenging Water

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Four years old – laying on the living room floor, and listening to my sister, Monica, singing along to MTV music videos. Through her, I also learned all the words, singing Jewel and Gwen Stefani. Ten years later, I’m getting

Give Us Some Applause Today! NMActNow!

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Generation Justice presents NMActNow, combining traditional and digital forms of mobilizing to catalyze young Native, Latino, and Black voices to action. This is our proposed project for the Knight Foundation News Challenge. Check out the project and give us some applause!

A Colorful History: Victory for La Gente

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Ethnic Studies programs, across the nation, are battling to exist. From the banning of books, to classes and entire curriculums disappearing, to prestigious professors getting fired, these programs have gone through incredible transitions and transformations recently. However, there have also

3.15.15 Santolina :: Cesar Chavez :: Legislature [Radio]

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We explored what’s in the future for Albuquerque, whether it’s the decision over the Santolina Master Plan, the upcoming events in honor of César Chávez, or what’s happening in our New Mexico State Legislature. We were joined by Virginia Necochea

Chicana and Chicano Studies – Departmental Vote – February 24, 2015

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Over 100 community members, students, alumni, faculty and children from across generations stood together in a historic moment this afternoon at Scholes Hall. 45-years after the proposal was first written, the UNM Chicana and Chicano Studies program today became an

You Can Be a Media Maker

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Recently, I had the honor of speaking with Sut Jhally, who is a Professor of Communications at The University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He is also the founder and Executive Director of the Media Education Foundation. He has been involved