4.26.15 Water is Life [Radio] – Generation Justice
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4.26.15 Water is Life [Radio] – Generation Justice

The Southwest recently experienced the worst drought in its history. In fact, California recently implemented water restrictions for its residents. What can New Mexico do to avoid this? And how can we ensure that our unique systems and relationships to water thrive and flourish? We discuss the drought, conservation, and the future of water in...

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4.26.15 Water is Life – Generation Justice

The Southwest recently experienced the worst drought in its history. In fact, California recently implemented water restrictions for its residents. What can New Mexico do to avoid this? And how can we ensure that our unique systems and relationships to water thrive and flourish? We discuss the drought, conservation, and the future of water in...

Our Water is Sacred – Generation Justice
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Our Water is Sacred – Generation Justice

There is a small farming town about 30 miles south of Albuquerque called Tomé. I was raised there. My house sits on dry land, just a few feet away from the easternmost ditch that carries water from the Rio Grande. The land that I live on is very different than the land west of the...

4.19.15 My ABQ [Radio] – Generation Justice
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4.19.15 My ABQ [Radio] – Generation Justice

Generation Justice devoted a whole show to upcoming community events. Click play to listen to hear a power packed Community Calendar!!Too often, too many things get overlooked or forgotten about in the community while they shouldn’t be. This stellar line-up of calendar events is something everyone should hear about. Hosts: Chantel Trujillo, Christina Rodriguez, Jordan...

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4.19.15 My ABQ – Generation Justice

Generation Justice devoted a whole show to upcoming community events. Click play to listen to hear a power packed Community Calendar!! Too often, too many things get overlooked or forgotten about in the community while they shouldn’t be. This stellar line-up of calendar events is something everyone should hear about. Photo credit: Mike Tungate

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