Over the past couple of months with Generation Justice, I’ve learned about the incredible importance of early childhood development for New Mexico. For example, Generation Justice hosted a summer institute with workshops focusing on social justice, media analysis, and equity.
How does the human brain learn? We explored the possibilities of early childhood education. State Representative Mimi Stewart and the New Mexico Association for the Education of Young Children’s Executive Director Baji Rankin talked about why early childhood development is
Generation Justice and the Partnership for Community Action took a group of young people to the “Wonder of Learning” exhibit in the New Mexico Natural History Museum. Afterwards we gathered interviews on their opinions on the exhibit, what they learned,
This week we talked with a panel of policy experts discussing recent important legislative outcomes. Start listening to hear what happened with education, taxes, the living wage, and early childhood education during the 2014 legislative session. Panelists include Javier Benavidez
So yes, there are things that elected officials, schools, parents, and teachers need to work on in order to ensure the general welfare of children in the state. But, there is a missing piece in this puzzle: young people. We aren’t only the future, but we are the present. Too often, conversations revolve around us, rather than include us…If the problem is intergenerational, so is the solution.
On Sunday April 7th, 2013, at 7pm on 89.9 KUNM FM Generation Justice radio show was featured our Best of 2013…So Far!
On Sunday March 24th, 2013, at 7pm on 89.9 KUNM FM Generation Justice radio show featured information about Early Childhood Development and UNM’s LGBTQQIA Health Week!
Sunday February 24th, 2013 Generation Justice’s radio show was dedicated Health and the State Legislative Session.
Sunday February 3rd, 2013 Generation Justice’s radio show was dedicated to our community!