Lessons from John and Jazmin [Blog]

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By Pauly Denetclaw:It’s amazing how the energy from two people can transcend across hundreds of miles and through a computer screen. I absolutely loved meeting John Garcia and Jazmin Chavez from Latino Justice. For the past 40 years, Latino Justice

Fair and Balanced [Blog]

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By Jason Fuller:  Although I have listened to the radio show CounterSpin multiple times, I never fully connected the dots between Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting (FAIR), Jeff Cohen, and CounterSpin. Quite frankly I am embarrassed to even say this!

Land of the Free, Made by the Enslaved [Blog]

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By Jason Fuller: Howard Zinn’s book, “A Young People’s History of the United States” discusses slavery, indentured servants, and uprisings in the early history of the United States. The aim of European conquest has always been to take from others and

Meeting Jessica [Blog]

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By Pauly Denetclaw: It was Friday February 28th when Generation Justice was scheduled to meet Jessica Coloma, a representative from our funder the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, and I was more nervous than I should have been. Actually, I was the appropriate

A Train Ride [Blog]

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By Jason Fuller: Joe Torres is a columnist and activist within Washington D.C., and through his employer Free Press, he fights relentlessly for media reform and equality. Joe’s approach is centered on creating a culture of media awareness. He was inspired

A Freer Press [Blog]

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By Pauly Denetclaw:I was once chained to the idea that I wasn’t a journalist until the giants in media gave me a byline. Only they could determine if I was “objective” enough or a “strong” enough writer. I believed they

Working My Way Up [Blog]

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By Pauly Denetclaw:“You are not going to have it all figured out by the time you’re 25.” “You have to do well in the same standard as everyone else.”“Be patient, always be patient.”These are all quotes from Doug Mitchell who

Los Rakas Interview [Blog]

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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

Grateful and Gracious [Blog]

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By Jason Fuller:Generation Justice has been around since 2005, and since our inception we’ve never lost sight of the goal of providing underrepresented people a media platform. As our country embarks upon a transition to a minority-majority society, people of