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Monday June 6th, 2016
In this weeks show we speak with Jim Gannon & Diane Leal from Catholic Charities New Mexico (CCASFNM) about the resettlement center and we hear from Haneen Amer, a youth poet whose family recently settled in Albuquerque from Iraq. We
Tuesday May 31st, 2016
Two interstate exchanges at $30 million each, an increased tax burden of over $1 billion for schools, roads, and other infrastructure and health impacts related to the increased exposure to blowing sand are just some of the concerns the community
Friday May 27th, 2016
I Stood Up to the Biggest Bully, Trump from Generation Justice on Vimeo. Emma Sandoval, lead organizer at the SouthWest Organizing Project (SWOP), Albuquerque, New Mexico, talks about standing up to Donald Trump at the Albuquerque Trump Rally. #TrumpRally #TrumpNewMexico
Monday May 23rd, 2016
In this show, we discuss the Department of Justice’s 37-page report on UNM’s handling of sexual assault on campus. We will hear from May Sagbakken of the Rape Crisis Center of Central New Mexico, students and Cathy Cook from Students
Friday May 20th, 2016
Recently, I met one of my heroes, Amy Goodman. For twenty years Amy has hosted and produced Democracy Now!, a news radio program which covers issues facing our world and the movements working to correct them. Inside a packed high
Monday May 16th, 2016
Over the past few years, we’ve been witness to numerous police killings of unarmed women and men of color. At the same time—from New York City, to Ferguson, Albuquerque and San Francisco—community has stood up against police violence. Sunday, we’re
Wednesday May 11th, 2016
Generation Justice members and staff pay tribute to the women who have loved and nurtured us. In this hour, you will hear the touching, funny and powerful ways that we give thanks to our mothers, chosen mothers and mother figures
Monday May 2nd, 2016
We dedicate the hour to the Native American Community Academy and the opportunities they give their students over the summer. You’ll hear from NACA students firsthand: Larissa Jojola will talk about her upcoming trip to Hawai’i, and Josh Haynes will
Monday April 25th, 2016
Sun. 4/24 7p: This week we honor Earth Day with a recap of the COP 21 Summit: a meeting of hundreds of activists, Indigenous groups and grassroots organizers who filled the streets of Paris to organize around global climate change.