Generation Justice visited the Roundhouse on January 20th and spoke with youth from Deming, Peñasco, Española, Albuquerque, Isleta, and Truth or Consequences about the issues that are important to them during this year’s legislative session. Viviana Cruz, Sarah Faulkner, Kervin
In 2014, we saw moments of outrage and moments of transformative power. We have experienced, what we believe to be, a shift in global consciousness. This show is part 3 of our “Best of 2014” series, and we’re sharing some of
Love is a verb, it’s an action! At GJ, love is one of our core values. We believe in the transformative power of love. And, this Sunday, we bring you our best segments of 2014 that focused on Love. This
The Outpost Performance Spaces gives young people in our community a place to celebrate their musical creativity through their monthly Roust the House: Teen Performance Nights. This Sunday, brought you sounds from Roust the House. We heard an incredible variety
It’s no secret to all my friends and family that I love music and can’t live without it. The first type of music I ever fell in love with was rock. I listened to Iron Maiden, Queensryche and Motley Crue.
Generation Justice interviews attendees at the 2014 Gathering of Nations. The speak on the false stereotypes of Native American, and shared messages with youth who deal with these stereotypes on a daily basis.
Where do you see yourself in four years? What policies or positions will impact your future? This show features, OLE’s Andrea Serrano discussing the importance of youth being involved in the electoral process. We also hear from young people about
This show features voices discussing occupation and resistance. First, we hear from Josh Ruebner, Policy Director for the U.S. Campaign to End Israeli Occupation. Ruebner sits down with Pauly Denetclaw to discusses his new book Shattered Hopes: Obama’s Failure to
As part of Indigenous Resistance Week, local activists organized and marched in the Indigenous Peoples Tour of UNM, which aimed to highlight the university’s complicity in conquest, colonization, and the ongoing erasure of Indigenous Peoples. Participants called for the abolition of