Youth Health Literacy Project
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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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Generation Justice Youth Producers interviewed Quote-Unquote Board member Lara Dale and Staff member Sue Schuurman about QUQ being ousted form their office and the future of QUQ and public media.
Generation Justice sat down with Rachel Lazar and Mauricio de Segovia from El Centro de Igualidad y Derechos about the Supreme Court ruling on SB1070 and Immigration.
This video highlights how this project changed the young media makers as well as what the value of the different products was for participating groups and organizations.
In this video, Generation Justice Youth Producer Jazlin Mendoza interviews her middle school teacher Rocio Gonzalez.
“The Art of Devotion” lines the wall on one side of the studio. People eat at tables, and the sound of Wagogo’s rhythm fills the room from the corner that serves as their performance space in Offcenter Art Studio. It’s First Friday Coffee House, and we’re having a great time.
On Sunday, January 17, 2010 a march commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., took place in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Members from the KUNM Youth Radio Project attended this event and brought back what they experienced. In the process, Josh Horton conducted several interviews with members of the community. Also in attendance were Youth producer Dezbah Evans, Kamaria Umi, Kyle Farris and Briana Cristo.
An eating disorder is a mental illness that if not treated can be deadly. A person with an eating disorder goes through a period of time when disturbances in eating and exercising occur due to the distorted attitude towards their self-image and self-worth (Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research).
So, what is it to be a youth organizer? A group of people can make big changes. Change doesn’t have to be a tedious process as long as there are passionate people involved. You can make the change you want, and it can be fun.