11.17.19 – Climate Stories Through Art
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11.17.19 – Climate Stories Through Art

How do we tell the story of climate change? Is data enough to illustrate the loss of a species?  This fall, 516 Arts and several community partners, including artists from the University of New Mexico, collaborated to create the exhibit, Species in Peril Along the Rio Grande.  This regional collaboration includes exhibits, lectures, and live...

9.29.19 – Indigenous Liberation & Youth Innovation
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9.29.19 – Indigenous Liberation & Youth Innovation

  This week on GJ, we look at how the community is building liberation and opportunity for all. Demetrius Johnson, Chair of the Albuquerque Freedom Council of the Red Nation, introduces us to the Red Deal— a movement document for Indigenous liberation. Then, we speak with Jorge Cortez, Mina Mays, Nightmare, and DJ Gravity, four...

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...

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4.28.19 – Community Action for Workers & Our Planet

This week, Generation Justice looks at the upcoming actions for liberation and justice happening in Albuquerque. First, student activists, Citlali Alex Tierney and Amaia Biewen share about the upcoming School Strike for Climate Action. Then, Enrique Cardiel and Oliver Baker of the May Day 505 Coalition give us the details on May Day 2019: We...

4.21.19 -Climate Justice: An Indigenous-led Discussion
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4.21.19 -Climate Justice: An Indigenous-led Discussion

This week on Generation Justice, an informative, Indigenous-led panel on Climate Justice from the 2019 Climate Justice Alliance Member Convening which happened in Albuquerque, NM. Panelists include Julia Bernal of Pueblo Action Alliance, Leona Morgan of Nuclear Issues Study Group, Juan Reynosa of SWOP, Bineshi Albert of Indigenous Environmental Network, & Congresswoman Deb Haaland. And...