9.1.19 – Sherri Burr & 2019 Black Cultural Conference
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9.1.19 – Sherri Burr & 2019 Black Cultural Conference

  Don’t miss this hour we spent with Professor Sherri Burr, UNM Law professor and President of New Mexico Press Women. Professor Burr introduces her new book, Complicated Lives: Free Blacks in Virginia 1619-1865. Devont’e Kurt Watson and Dannelle Kirven, give us the details on the 2019 Black Cultural Conference: Blackness Unchained, hosted by African American Student Services!!

9.8.19 – Climate Action & Sustainable Fashion
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9.8.19 – Climate Action & Sustainable Fashion

This week, we look at New Mexican youth who are organizing for solutions to climate change and using innovative ways to address waste in the fashion industry. We will speak to Olivia Gonzalez and Vivien McCullough, two youth organizers of the upcoming Global Climate Strike in  Albuquerque. We also hear from Jakia Fuller, an interdisciplinary...

8.25.19 Youth Voice in Action: Close the Camps Report Back
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8.25.19 Youth Voice in Action: Close the Camps Report Back

  In July, DHS prepared to detain hundreds of immigrant children and families at the military base, Fort Sill in Lawton, Oklahoma. At the same, hundreds of organizers, activists, and protestors from around the country gathered to hold peaceful resistance at Fort Sill in an effort to Close the Camps. Don’t miss Jonathon Alonzo, President...

7.28.19 – Rural Broadband & Digital Security
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7.28.19 – Rural Broadband & Digital Security

  How would life be different without reliable internet access? For many rural communities in New Mexico , and around the country, finding a reliable and affordable way to get online is difficult. This week on GJ, we take a look at rural access to the digital world as we learn about rural broadband access...