1.3.16 Best of Justice Campaigns

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We share Part 2 of our 2015 Best of Generation Justice Series with you. We look back at the media justice victories of 2015 – including the FCC’s vote for both net neutrality and prison phone justice. Also, we celebrate

12.27.15 Best of Youth Action

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We kick off our 2015 Best of Generation Justice Series! We dedicate the show to amazing youth that organize to create change in our community. Youth-led action this year manifested itself in several ways – whether it was developing irrigation

12.20.15 National Student Activism

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Student activists have been organizing on their college campuses to call out institutional racism. Over the past few months, we have seen demonstrations at the University of Missouri (‪#‎Mizzou‬), Occidental College (‪#‎OxyUnited‬), Ithaca College (‪#‎POCatIC‬), and even here at the

12.13.15 All About Love

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We’re celebrating love, through poetry, music, and letter-writing. We’ll share poetry and music, as well as honor the great Indigenous activist and poet, John Trudell. Throughout the show we’ll also be reading letters aloud – love letters that were written in

Story vs. Stenography

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“Be vigilant and courageous about holding those with power accountable. Give voice to the voiceless.” These are words to live by. They are also taken from the Society of Professional Journalists’ Code of Ethics. This code guides many working journalists

Practicing Respectful Representation

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Recently, I found a tool called Guiding Principles for Engaging in Research with Native American Communities. The guide’s purpose is to serve the population of researchers interested in partnering with tribal communities across the United States. As a young multimedia

11.22.15 An EVENTful Year!

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Are you wondering about some some of the fun things that are happening during the holiday season? This week, we shared amazing events that truly make our wonderful home the “Land of Enchantment.” Check it out! Production Team: Hosts: Tamara

Note to Self(ie)

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There is soul in the eyes of others. There is beauty in the simple lines of shadows on pavement or the oily puddles making rainbows in a parking lot. I can picture these beautiful photographs in my mind right now.

11.15.15 Undoing Racism & Creating Solidarity

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Join us as we celebrate a variety of powerful women that are working towards social change.  We’ll be sharing how researchers are working to improve cancer care through undoing racism and promoting equity, featuring Dr. Geni Eng, Director of the