10.26.14 – Youth, Elections, and Mental Health [Radio]

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Where do you see yourself in four years? What policies or positions will impact your future? This show features, OLE’s Andrea Serrano discussing the importance of youth being involved in the electoral process. We also hear from young people about

10.19.14 – Occupation and Resistance [Radio]

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This show features voices discussing occupation and resistance. First, we hear from Josh Ruebner, Policy Director for the U.S. Campaign to End Israeli Occupation. Ruebner sits down with Pauly Denetclaw to discusses his new book Shattered Hopes: Obama’s Failure to

10.12.14 – Celebrating Love [Radio]

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This Sunday, Generation Justice celebrated love-inspired work here in New Mexico. This show features the voices from community members and organizations who attended the Celebrate Love event at the Rail Yards Market ABQ. They discuss what love means to them,

10.5.14 – Freedom Summer and Chican@ Identity [Radio]

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In 1964, more than 700 students from around the country joined organizers and locals in Mississippi to demand rights for black voters. Fifty years later, hundreds gathered to recognize the accomplishments of Freedom Summer and to talk about ways to

9.28.14 – People’s Climate March [Radio]

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How could mainstream news outlets fail to cover history’s largest climate march? In fact, according to a Media Matters study, the Sunday shows on NBC, ABC, CBS and Fox spent only a combined 27 minutes on the topic of climate

9.21.14 – UNM Dream Team [Radio]

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Obama’s delayed announcement on immigration forces millions of immigrants to live under the threat of deportation for at least 60 more days. What toll does this uncertainty take on day to day life? Generation Justice was joined by the UNM

9.14.14 – Youth Forum on the School-to-Prison Pipeline [Radio]

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The US incarcerates the highest percentage of its population in the world. The majority of incarcerated individuals are people of color and the poor. How do we change this system? This show featured youth discussions from the school-to-prison pipeline forum

9.7.14 Work Requirements and Snap Benefits [Radio]

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On August 29, 2014 Albuquerque community members attended a public hearing in Santa Fe on newly proposed Supplementary Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) work requirements. Community members testified on how the proposed changes will hurt New Mexican families.Production Team:Producer – Chantel TrujilloHosts

8.24.14 – Police Militarization [Radio]

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Have you asked yourself what you could be doing about police violence in Ferguson or Albuquerque? This week’s radio show features an in-depth interview with international peace activist Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb talking about the militarization of police departments across the