I.N.S.P.I.R.E. Series: Laurie Weahkee

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“Think about generations yet to come” By Pauly Denetclaw and Christina Rodriguez ALBUQUERQUE N.M. — The trail to the top was steep and lined with hundreds of black volcanic rocks. There was a slight breeze but it offered little relief

The War on Islam, Media Injustice and the Bittersweet Reality of Hate Crimes

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Islam is Peace On June 30th, 2013, I made the best decision of my life: I became a Muslim. Since that day, my life has been a whirlwind of blessings, happiness, confusion, sadness, self awareness, immense patience, and healing. It’s

Upheld in Love

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I saw their faces – the faces of the 43 missing students from the Raul Isidro Burgos Rural Teachers College in Iguala, Mexico – and I felt them in my heart. I could see just a glimpse of their personalities

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

Smells Like Teen Talent

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It’s no secret to all my friends and family that I love music and can’t live without it. The first type of music I ever fell in love with was rock. I listened to Iron Maiden, Queensryche and Motley Crue.

The War is Now

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I’ve been trying for weeks to find the right words to explain how I feel about this complex story of American police brutality. Our system is so corrupt that it isn’t even a matter of crime and punishment – it’s

I.N.S.P.I.R.E. Series: Moneka Stevens-Cordova

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“I am my community” By Chantel Trujillo & Jason Fuller ALBUQUERQUE N.M. — Moneka Stevens-Cordova was in her late teens when she heard the call for youth advocacy. At the time, she was living in a group home. “There was

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

Israel’s Curious Relationship with U.S. Academia

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The Israeli and Palestinian conflict has been nothing but a cloud of explosions, blood, tears and tragedy for many years. The thousands of civilians dying in hospitals and in the streets of Gaza is nothing new. What is new is