1.3.16 Best of Justice Campaigns

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We share Part 2 of our 2015 Best of Generation Justice Series with you. We look back at the media justice victories of 2015 – including the FCC’s vote for both net neutrality and prison phone justice. Also, we celebrate

12.20.15 National Student Activism

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Student activists have been organizing on their college campuses to call out institutional racism. Over the past few months, we have seen demonstrations at the University of Missouri (‪#‎Mizzou‬), Occidental College (‪#‎OxyUnited‬), Ithaca College (‪#‎POCatIC‬), and even here at the

10.18.15 Prison Phone Justice

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Tune in to hear what Prison Phone Justice is and how an upcoming FCC vote could be a huge victory for millions! We’ll be chatting with Steven Renderos from the Center for Media Justice, and Carrie Wilkinson who helped start

10.4.15 Women’s Reproductive Justice

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The politicization of women’s bodies is nothing new. As the headlines are dominated with news of the Presidential election coming up and the simultaneous attack on Planned Parenthood – communities across the country are coming together to stand in solidarity

Education in My Community

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Education is very important, not just in our community but worldwide. Many believe they are going to have a good education, many want to have a great education, but there are several reasons that not all do. I believe that

Letter to Barbara Petersen, APS School Board Member

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Dear Barbara Petersen, My name is Luzero Velasquez. I am sixteen, a Junior at the Media Arts Collaborative Charter School. I understand that you’re an Albuquerque School Board member focused on Equity and Engagement. I come to you as a

Letter to Peggy Muller-Aragón, APS School Board Member

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Dear School Board Member Peggy Muller-Aragón, My name is Kenia Alonzo. I am 15 years old and I am a sophomore at Cibola High School (a school in your district). I am also a member of Generation Justice, an organization

7.19.15 -Dr. William Barber II (NM Voices For Children)

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This show features Reverend Dr. Barber’s keynote speech at the New Mexico Voices for Children: Kids Count conference that took place on June 29. Reverend Dr. Barber’s powerful speech touches on issues of equality as well as on what it

In this Together

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I am completely overwhelmed by the incredible leadership and organizing that I have witnessed in the last month. Students from across New Mexico, and across the country, have taken a stand against the oppressive standardized tests. Here in Albuquerque, students