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Youth Honoring Mother Earth- Saturday April 13th. 9am-2pm. NM Forum for Youth.
"Following the Healing Ways" Workshop- Saturday, April 20th, 2013. 8:30am-12pm. Laguna Fire Station.
New Mexico's 1st Statewide Bullying Prevention Symposium. Friday April 26th, 2013. 8am-4pm. UNM SUB.
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Sunday September 2nd, 2012, Youth Media Maker Luna Olavarria-Gallegos shares with us her experience over the summer in Ecuador with Amigos de las Americas.
Luna discusses with Victor Torres her time in Ecuador and shares the stories she heard from her host family and the people of the community and how this experience has changed her perspective
Generation Justice Youth Producer Victor Torres spoke with one of Earth Day Founders Arturo Sandoval about the movement and his participation.
As I was listening to the Generation Justice radio shows on heroin addiction I felt saddened by the loss of the young people that battled with addiction, but I also was hopeful and humbled when I heard what the Heroin Awareness Committee and the students at the Media Arts Collaborative Charter School (MACCS) were doing to raise awareness to this cause.
On Monday July 25, 2011 Generation Justice invited me to attend an interactive discussion at the KNME Studios in Albuquerque, New Mexico. This presentation was titled “Through Our Eyes:Youth Stories That Incite Hope” and we discussed the dropout crisis in New Mexico. While there I learned many shocking and upsetting facts, but we also discussed solutions. I also had the chance to tell my story about the challenges I faced in the education system and how I overcame those challenges.
Generation Justice Youth Producer Victor Torres interviews Andrea Serrano at the yearly Cesar Chavez March and Festival. Andrea talks about Cesar Chavez’s legacy today.
Victor Torres of Generation Justice interviews Dolores Huerta, co-founder of The United Farm Workers Union, at the 18th Annual Cesar Chavez March. The event took place at the Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
This is a topic close to home for me because my grandma’s husband, my step-grandfather is from Mexico and he came over here more than 35 years ago. He’s been working, taking care of his family, and now that all this is going through he might be sent back to Mexico.