2.16.20- Census and Dual Language Education Legislation
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2.16.20- Census and Dual Language Education Legislation

This week on Generation Justice, we spoke with Rosalinda Dorado Mendoza from El Centro de Igualdad y Derechos and Zoe Hughes from New Mexico Asian Family Center about the 2020 Census and its importance. David Rogers, the executive director of Dual Language Education Of New Mexico(DLeNM) shares information about important legislation on Dual language and...

1.3.16 Best of Justice Campaigns – Generation Justice
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1.3.16 Best of Justice Campaigns – Generation Justice

We share Part 2 of our 2015 Best of Generation Justice Series with you. We look back at the media justice victories of 2015 – including the FCC’s vote for both net neutrality and prison phone justice. Also, we celebrate how local campaigns and organizing can create change – from protecting ethnic studies curriculum, addressing...

12.13.15 All About Love – Generation Justice
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12.13.15 All About Love – Generation Justice

We’re celebrating love, through poetry, music, and letter-writing. We’ll share poetry and music, as well as honor the great Indigenous activist and poet, John Trudell. Throughout the show we’ll also be reading letters aloud – love letters that were written in support of New Mexico’s Muslim community. Celebrate the good with us!! Production Team: Hosts: Ghadah...

3.29.15 Frank Waln [Radio] – Generation Justice
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3.29.15 Frank Waln [Radio] – Generation Justice

Award-winning Lakota Hip-hop performer, producer and artist Frank Waln acknowledges the inequality of opportunity in America but also encourages young Natives to meet that deficit head-on. Click play to hear from Frank about his thought on institutionalized racism and so much more. This message of hope finishes up Day 26 of ‪#‎GJCultureStrong‬ Hosts: Chantel Trujillo...