5.3.20 – Youth Mental Health During COVID 19
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5.3.20 – Youth Mental Health During COVID 19

How can parents and families support their youth while at home during the pandemic? This week on Generation Justice Long time GJ member Pilar Monfiletto spoke with Dr. Amy Rouse, Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science and Dr. Kristina Sowar Assistant Professor and Attending Psychiatrist in the departments of General, Child...

4.5.20 – COVID Update & Youth Perspectives
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4.5.20 – COVID Update & Youth Perspectives

This week on Generation Justice, GJ member Sunandita Santhanam spoke with the Deputy Director of the Department of Family and Community Services, Gilbert Ramirez, about the City of Albuquerque‘s response in resources and planning for housing, healthcare, food, childcare, and more during these times. Generation Justice Youth media producers,  AJ Garcia, Sunandita Santhanam, Adiana Cordova,...

1.26.20 – New Mexico’s Kids Count Data
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1.26.20 – New Mexico’s Kids Count Data

This week, we share the 2019 New Mexico Voices for Children Kids Count Data. Each year Kids Count data is compiled that reflects the state of children’s health, education, economic indicators, etc. New Mexico Voices for Children published this annual data in time for the 2020 New Mexico legislative session. Tune in to hear from...

5.19.19 – Curanderismo for the Community
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5.19.19 – Curanderismo for the Community

This week we look at one way that New Mexico’s traditional healers are keeping Curanderismo, or traditional healing, practice alive and thriving for the community. This year, the 19th Annual Traditional Medicine without Borders: Curanderismo in the Southwest and Mexico course will happen at UNM. We hear from Antoinette ‘Tonita’ Gonzales, a curandera, and instructor...

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