2.15.15 – Ethnic Studies and Institutional Racism [Radio] – Generation Justice
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2.15.15 – Ethnic Studies and Institutional Racism [Radio] – Generation Justice

This program discusses institutionalized racism and the importance of Ethnic studies in New Mexico. We’re joined by New Mexico State Senator Linda Lopez, who proposed a memorial this legislative session that would require every state-funded agency to adopt policies addressing institutional racism. We’ll also talk with Chicano Studies teacher Veronica Medina and her two students...

1.25.15 Youth Voice at the Legislature [Radio] – Generation Justice
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1.25.15 Youth Voice at the Legislature [Radio] – Generation Justice

Generation Justice visited the Roundhouse on January 20th and spoke with youth from Deming, Peñasco, Española, Albuquerque, Isleta, and Truth or Consequences about the issues that are important to them during this year’s legislative session. Viviana Cruz, Sarah Faulkner, Kervin Candelaria, Cameron Mondragon, Jasmine Vigil, Isha Shura, Hope Alvarado, and Alyssa Lopez shared their thoughts...

1.18.15- APS In Transition [Radio] – Generation Justice
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1.18.15- APS In Transition [Radio] – Generation Justice

With school board elections and the hiring of a new superintendent just around the corner, Albuquerque Public Schools is in a moment of tremendous transition.. is this moment one of challenge or one of opportunity? On Sunday January 18th, 2015, we featured community voices from the Families United For Education Town Hall, as well as thoughts and commentaries...

11.9.14 The Wonder of Learning [Radio] – Generation Justice
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11.9.14 The Wonder of Learning [Radio] – Generation Justice

How does the human brain learn? We explored the possibilities of early childhood education. State Representative Mimi Stewart and the New Mexico Association for the Education of Young Children’s Executive Director Baji Rankin talked about why early childhood development is critical for New Mexico communities. Young people from the Partnership for Community Action reflected on...