Generation Justice devoted a whole show to upcoming community events. Click play to listen to hear a power packed Community Calendar!! Too often, too many things get overlooked or forgotten about in the community while they shouldn’t be. This stellar
Generation Justice hears about the University of New Mexico’s Sustainability Program and Earth Day. Sustainability Studies students talk with us about a more sustainable campus for UNM as well as waste management and environmental degradation. We also hear from Arturo
Award-winning Lakota Hip-hop performer, producer and artist Frank Waln acknowledges the inequality of opportunity in America but also encourages young Natives to meet that deficit head-on. Click play to hear from Frank about his thought on institutionalized racism and so
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
We explored what’s in the future for Albuquerque, whether it’s the decision over the Santolina Master Plan, the upcoming events in honor of César Chávez, or what’s happening in our New Mexico State Legislature. We were joined by Virginia Necochea
From Las Cruces to Albuquerque and Santa Fe, young leaders across New Mexico are standing together against the PARCC exam. On this program, we bring you the voices of the student organizers and activists that participated in the PARCC walkouts.
Recently, we attended the 30th Annual Africana Studies at UNM Black History Month Kick-off brunch. The Keynote Speaker at this year’s brunch was Roslyn M. Brock. Ms. Brock is the Chairman of the National Board of Directors for the NAACP.
On this program we talk with Laurel Wyckoff from New Mexico PBS about their #CommunityCinema project, which will screen the film #AmericanDenial. This project combines educational and documentary style film screenings with powerful panel discussions on issues that impact our
This program features an extended interview with Pilar and Frank Leto, the directors of Music and Dance: Carnaval 2015 “Port to Port” about love, dance, culture and identity. They’ll also be talking about the history of Carnaval and Afro-Cuban culture in