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6.28.20- Removing Colonizer Statues & Police Brutality in ABQ

  This week on Generation Justice, we learned from Aleta ‘Tweety’ Paisano-Suazo, a longtime and devoted community organizer from Acoma/Laguna Pueblos. She educates all listeners about the history of brutality that Juan de Oñate committed against Pueblo people. Jim Harvey, the executive director of Albuquerque Center for Peace and Justice, shares a powerful list of...

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6.21.20- Dr. Finnie Coleman

  This week on Generation Justice we shared an interview with the former director of African American studies at UNM, Dr. Finnie Coleman.This interview was conducted by longtime GJ member Joshua Horton after a summer of consecutive killings of Black people at the hands of the police. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on...

e.Woke #74: Welcome to the Tech Nightmare!
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e.Woke #74: Welcome to the Tech Nightmare!

  Generation Justice (GJ) is a multiracial, multicultural project that trains youth to harness the power of community. GJ youth are training YOU to harness the power of your cyber security. Privacy only works when we work together.Subscribe to e.Woke & donate. Your weekly Digital Twilight Zone is back! Wanna lose some sleep tonight? Let’s...

10.20.19 – Ericka Huggins: Spiritual Wellbeing & Social Change
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10.20.19 – Ericka Huggins: Spiritual Wellbeing & Social Change

  This week, share the keynote address from the “2019 UNM African American Student Services Black Cultural Conference: Blackness Unchained,” featuring, Ericka Huggins. Ms. Huggins is a human rights activist, a poet, an educator, a former Black Panther Party leader, and a former political prisoner. Then, stick around for a conversation with Ericka and long-time...

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!!