9.25.16 Standing Rock Water Protectors: A Community Roundtable Discussion

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Tonight, we listen to leaders in our community who have joined the water protectors in Standing Rock to stand against the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.

 

 

9.18.16 Community Calendar Extravaganza

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This week Generation Justice highlights the artists, food, culture, and communities that make New Mexico the beautiful state we call home.

9.11.16 Transforming The School To Prison Pipeline

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Join Sidni Lamb, founder of Mindful New Mexico and special guests Fleet Maul and Jimmy Santiago Baca as they discuss the school to prison pipeline and the prison industrial complex.

08.28.2016 Wake Self

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This week, Generation Justice sits down with Wake Self, an MC, performer, and hip-hop artist born and raised here in New Mexico as he talks about his newly debuted album, “Malala.”

Web Exclusive: Interview with Jessica Aranda

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In this podcast we speak to Jessica Aranda, the Community Engagement Director for the Siembra Leadership High School, a new charter school in Albuquerque specializing in entrepreneurship, innovation, and hands-on learning.

8.21.16 – Youth Producers & Entrepreneurs

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In this podcast we welcome in our newest GJ youth members. We also speak with Jessica Arande from Siembra Leadership High School

08.14.16 – GJ Welcomes 2016-2017 Fellows

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Get to know the new voices here at Generation Justice. We have found our 4th Cohort of Generation Justice Fellows: Matthew Brown and Alissiea Hernandez. Tune in to hear their in-depth interviews.

7.24.16 Theatre And Empowerment

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In this show, we discuss Theatre and Empowerment with young actors from Working Classroom and Cardboard Playhouse Theatre. We also learn about the Healthy Workforce ABQ initiatative.

7.17.16 – #BlackLivesMatter & Police Brutality

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This this show is focused on the #BlackLivesMatter movement and police brutality. We speaks with Dr. Finnie Coleman, a professor at UNM. We also host a roundtalbe discussion with members from the UNM Black Student Alliance. We’ll also hear some amazing poetry from artists, Zavier Thompson and Ebony Isis Booth.