Sunday September 30th, 2012, Generation Justice aired our radio show on the importance of Early Childhood Development.
Generation Justice sits down with Naharai Galindo, a student at RFK Charter High School, to talk about her experiences as a young person growing up and now as a young mother trying to finish school. Naharai openly talks about some of the personal and educational challenges that she has faced.
Generation Justice had the opportunity to speak with Justice riders of the UndocuBus on their journey to the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina. Don’t miss the poignant show as Generation Justice spoke with inspiring activists about what does it mean to have NO Papers and NO Fear.
“So, to build the kind of society that we all want, we need to pay more attention to the way that we relate to our youngest children. I guess you could say that science is helping us to understand why it is that the way we love our children matters so much.” – Dr....
Now back to that first interview: the auditorium for Dr. Zeedyk’s presentation and Western premier of her film conversation, “the connected baby” in Albuquerque, New Mexico was packed with professionals, community leaders, teachers, parents, and more.