We dedicate the hour to the Native American Community Academy and the opportunities they give their students over the summer. You’ll hear from NACA students firsthand: Larissa Jojola will talk about her upcoming trip to Hawai’i, and Josh Haynes will
Sun. 4/24 7p: This week we honor Earth Day with a recap of the COP 21 Summit: a meeting of hundreds of activists, Indigenous groups and grassroots organizers who filled the streets of Paris to organize around global climate change.
Listen in as our GJ youth highlight the awesome community events coming up and dive into some sweet tunes! Host: Brennan Ollivier & Kamaria Umi Engineer: Kamaria Umi http://media.blubrry.com/genjustice/p/www.generationjustice.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/4-17-16-edited.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android
Sam Quinones, author of “Dreamland: The True Tale of America’s Opiate Epidemic” sat down with GJ Fellow Kateri Zuni to talk about his research on capitalism, pain meds, and heroin. We played a segment of the interview on our radio show,
In this podcast, we reflect on many of the interconnected issues in our community. On the show, we have Sam Quinones, author of “Dreamland,” as well as Jessica Collins of Strong Families New Mexico/Forward Together. #GJLove Hosts: Kwetzpallin Mexica and Edgar
The first week in March is Rare Disease Awareness Week. It’s a time to learn more about the life-threatening illnesses people suffer from, but aren’t as well known as other diseases. I want to take this time to thank some
Sun. 4/3 p: On this week’s podcast we take a look at the local organizations that are keeping our community healthy, empowered, and engaged. Young Women United’s Circle of Strength project, Gen Z Vote, is helping new voters in NM
“They can’t comprehend Or even come close to understanding him I guess if I was boring they would love me more Guess if I was simple in the mind Everything would be fine” -“Man On The Moon” By Kid Cud