1.18.15- APS In Transition [Radio]

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With school board elections and the hiring of a new superintendent just around the corner, Albuquerque Public Schools is in a moment of tremendous transition.. is this moment one of challenge or one of opportunity? On Sunday January 18th, 2015, we

1.11.2015 – Best of 2014: Turning Point

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In 2014, we saw moments of outrage and moments of transformative power. We have experienced, what we believe to be, a shift in global consciousness. This show is part 3 of our “Best of 2014” series, and we’re sharing some of

1.4.2015 – Best of 2014: Love

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Love is a verb, it’s an action! At GJ, love is one of our core values. We believe in the transformative power of love. And, this Sunday, we bring you our best segments of 2014 that focused on Love. This

12.28.2014 – Best of 2014: Identity

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Whether it’s discovering your identity or reclaiming your identity, knowing who you are and where you come from is empowering. We’ve compiled our best segments from 2014 that focus on identity. I Self Devine and Brother Ali, two powerful hip

12.21.14 Food Sovereignty, Palestine, and Syria [Radio]

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This show discussed food justice, the occupation of Palestine, and the ongoing tragedy in Syria. We heard about the parallels between Palestine and New Mexico from Rodrigo Rodriguez, organizer and coordinator of SWOP’s community food justice initiative, Project Feed the

12.14.14 – Roust the House [Radio]

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The Outpost Performance Spaces gives young people in our community a place to celebrate their musical creativity through their monthly Roust the House: Teen Performance Nights. This Sunday, brought you sounds from Roust the House. We heard an incredible variety

12.7.14 – #BlackLivesMatter [Radio]

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The hashtag #BlackLivesMatter connects tweets to the streets as thousands of Americans have marched to demand justice for Mike Brown, Eric Garner and all black lives that have been taken because of state violence. First, Patrisse Cullors, co-founder of Black

11.30.14 Ayotzinapa [Radio]

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How can we stand in solidarity with Ayotzinapa? We talked with student organizer Gio Acosta about how students in Ciudad Juarez are approaching the latest round of violence in Mexico. We also spoke with Kent Paterson, editor of Frontera Nortesur,

11.23.14 – Steven Salaita [Radio]

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Major donors took an antagonistic position against American Indian Studies Professor Steven Salaita, for taking a critical stance in his tweets. Pressure from the donors ended his tenured position at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Listen to Steven, on