Really… Me? [Blog]

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By Jason Fuller: On Saturday, January 25th, The Generation Justice crew (Kamaria Umi, Pauly Denetclaw & myself) set out to record UNM’s Africana Studies Black History Month Kickoff Brunch. The game plan was to cover the brunch and record the Keynote

5.18.14 Education Equity [Radio]

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Congratulations recent graduates! This week’s show focuses on Education Equity. We feature Dr. Augustine Romero of the Tucson Unified School District talking about the revolutionary Social Justice Education Project that he co-founded and that was shut down by the Arizona

All the Way From Ithaca [Blog]

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By Jason Fuller: My time here at Generation Justice has been remarkable, but I have always carried around a bag full of journalistic insecurities. Over the past months of the fellowship this bag has almost vanished because of my experience conducting

Transformed [Blog]

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By Jason Fuller: Social Justice is to Civil Rights as Communication is to Journalism. This was a key quote from our video get-together with John Garcia and Jazmin Chavez from Latino Justice. Latino Justice is an organization based out of New

5.11.14 Women on the Move Awards [Radio]

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For Mother’s Day our show features the 28th Annual Women on the Move Awards, presented by YWCA Middle Rio Grande. Speakers include Major General Sandra Finan, recipient of La Estrella award, and Jennifer Metzler of Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless, who

When the Mask Comes Off

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About When the Mask Comes Off When the Mask Comes Off is a 17 -minute video and guide for community discussions about young people and mental health. The video features six young people from New Mexico talking about their experience

5.4.14 Mental Health Show [Radio]

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So what is normal? This week on Generation Justice we speak with Jacob Skorka, a Breaking the Silence trainer who shares his personal story of accepting and overcoming mental illness.Then Ryan Sanchez and Ryan Lopez of San Felipe pueblo and

4.27.14 Community Partnerships for Change [Radio]

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Community partnerships are organizing campaigns for change! Protect and Serve ABQ seeks to inspire constructive community dialogue about the relationship between law enforcement and the ABQ communities they serve. We talk with coordinator Sommer Smith about the campaign’s efforts. The Re-Food

A Dad to Many [Blog]

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By Jason Fuller: The phrase “first impressions last a lifetime” is true, and quite frankly, can determine individuals’ professional and social growth. This would turn out to be one of the overarching themes during our video training with Doug Mitchell. Doug