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

Community in Action

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By Jason Fuller:The city of Albuquerque has yet again gained national and international attention for the wrong reason. Since 2010, those who took an oath to protect and serve the people of Albuquerque have failed to do so.  The Albuquerque

OYE!

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By Jason Fuller: Misguided, out of touch, self-serving and ungrateful are a few words used to describe young people. Mitchell Hartman said the following in his New York Times article “Millennials at Work: Young and Callow, Like Their Parents”, “They

Really… Me? [Blog]

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By Jason Fuller: On Saturday, January 25th, The Generation Justice crew (Kamaria Umi, Pauly Denetclaw & myself) set out to record UNM’s Africana Studies Black History Month Kickoff Brunch. The game plan was to cover the brunch and record the Keynote

All the Way From Ithaca [Blog]

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By Jason Fuller: My time here at Generation Justice has been remarkable, but I have always carried around a bag full of journalistic insecurities. Over the past months of the fellowship this bag has almost vanished because of my experience conducting

Transformed [Blog]

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By Jason Fuller: Social Justice is to Civil Rights as Communication is to Journalism. This was a key quote from our video get-together with John Garcia and Jazmin Chavez from Latino Justice. Latino Justice is an organization based out of New

A Dad to Many [Blog]

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By Jason Fuller: The phrase “first impressions last a lifetime” is true, and quite frankly, can determine individuals’ professional and social growth. This would turn out to be one of the overarching themes during our video training with Doug Mitchell. Doug

Someday [Blog]

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By Pauly Denetclaw: I’m wearing two hats and sometimes I forget which one I’m wearing. I am a community journalist who writes from a social justice frame and at the same time I have to be an AP journalist who cares