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Tuesday August 6th, 2013
Our show this past Sunday featured an awesome group of Generation Justice alumni! They shared memories and stories, updated us on what they’ve been up to lately, and talked about the different ways that Generation Justice impacted their lives
Tuesday June 25th, 2013
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.
Sunday June 16th, 2013
The way the National Security Agency leak is unfolding like an episode of Scandal. There’s a disgruntled employee! And a pretty girlfriend! And a possible asylum in Russia! It all started when it was leaked to The Guardian that the NSA put out a secret order to get Verizon Communications’ records for the past three months.
Tuesday February 12th, 2013
Howard University Broadcast Journalism major and Generation Justice Alumnus Jonquilyn Hill reflects back on her time as a Youth Producer and explains how it has impacted her career and life choices.
Tuesday May 22nd, 2012
This week’s show introduces Generation Justice’s newest staff member and video editor, Georgia Ruden! It features our World News Segment with Students for Justice In Palestine discussing the on going issues Palestine. We also share some blogs from NewMexicoSpeaks.com about Education in New Mexico.
Wednesday March 16th, 2011
I’ve been avoiding making this post for sometime now. Because I hate the cliches associated with it. And once you post it people always think you’re dopey, corny, pining, angry, etc. I promise I’m none of those things. This is just something that’s been on my heart, and hopefully it’ll touch the right people at the right time. So, here it goes: