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Monday January 11th, 2016
Thousands of New Mexicans are living with the pain of not having Comprehensive and Integrated behavioral health services – but there’s a way we can help. This program features the #NMspeaksCrisis campaign and what New Mexicans experience due to gaps
Monday October 26th, 2015
Tune in as we share some of the exciting work that’s been going on here at Generation Justice – including introducing our newest fellow, Kateri Zuni, and the launch of a year-long project about New Mexico’s Behavioral Health System. First,
Monday March 23rd, 2015
The 2015 New Mexico Legislative Session recently came to a close. We’re joined by two experts to keep up-to-date with the legislation that will directly affect our communities. Live in studio with us was Patrick Davis, Executive Director and Journalist
Monday February 4th, 2013
Sunday February 3rd, 2013 Generation Justice’s radio show was dedicated to our community!
Monday January 14th, 2013
Sunday January 13th, 2013 Generation Justice’s radio show was dedicated to the upcoming New Mexico Legislative Session and to the children and youth of our state.
Friday April 27th, 2012
New Mexico Speaks Virtual Town Hall: Educate New Mexico!
Thursday October 14th, 2010
KUNM Youth Radio Project put out Speak Your Vote NM, a blog for young people, ages 13-30, to express their opinions to the candidates. This blog gives a chance for young people to have a voice and for their voices to be heard. All the posts will be forwarded to both candidates. KUNM Youth Radio Project’s Lucia Martinez and Carson Lafferty interview several UNM students and ask what issues they want the gubernatorial candidates to focus on and a question they would ask the candidates.