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
I recently had the opportunity to speak with an activist from Cancún, Quintana Roo, Mexico, Gio Acosta, who shared his story with me. He watched his town go from a peaceful haven for him and his family, to a place
Obama’s delayed announcement on immigration forces millions of immigrants to live under the threat of deportation for at least 60 more days. What toll does this uncertainty take on day to day life? Generation Justice was joined by the UNM
In this episode we feature an extended conversation between Generation Justice Fellow Pauly Denetclaw and professor and activist Roberto Dr. Cintli Rodriguez. They discuss the youth-led movement in Arizona to protest and block non-criminal deportations, including the actions in early
To view full post (10/11/2013), click here: http://www.notonemoredeportation.com/2013/10/11/tucson-2/“This morning, 12 immigrant rights activists locked themselves to the wheels of two deportation buses headed to Operation Streamline at a federal court where 6 additional people had chained themselves to the entrance to
This show features cast members from Working Classroom’s newest production: DREAMLANDIA. DREAMLANDIA, written by Octavio Solís and directed by Mónica Sánchez, is part of Working Classroom’s 25th Anniversary Celebration.
Sunday May 5th, 2013 Generation Justice’s radio show was aired the Immigration Reform and May Day March and Rally.
Photos taken at the May 1st Peaceful March, Rally, and Interfaith Prayer Service for Imigration Reform and in commemoration of International Workers’ Day. Thanks to El Centro de Igualdad for putting the event together!
On Sunday April 7th, 2013, at 7pm on 89.9 KUNM FM Generation Justice radio show was featured our Best of 2013…So Far!