7.12.15 – Eyewitness in Gaza – Generation Justice
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7.12.15 – Eyewitness in Gaza – Generation Justice

Samia Assed, local activist, Ayman Nijim, Child Trauma Specialist, and Richard Becker, of the ANSWER Coalition, speak on the Humanitarian Crisis in Gaza and on restoring the Gazan village of Khuza’a.   Production Team: Hosts – Jakia Fuller and Josh Horton Editor – Jordan Unverzagt Calendar Hosts- Cecilia Frescas and Edgar Cruz Engineer – Christina...

1.11.2015 – Best of 2014: Turning Point – Generation Justice
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1.11.2015 – Best of 2014: Turning Point – Generation Justice

In 2014, we saw moments of outrage and moments of transformative power. We have experienced, what we believe to be, a shift in global consciousness. This show is part 3 of our “Best of 2014” series, and we’re sharing some of our most compelling discussions around police violence, militarization of police departments, and institutionalized racism. Production...

1.4.2015 – Best of 2014: Love – Generation Justice
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1.4.2015 – Best of 2014: Love – Generation Justice

Love is a verb, it’s an action! At GJ, love is one of our core values. We believe in the transformative power of love. And, this Sunday, we bring you our best segments of 2014 that focused on Love. This is part 2 of our “Best of 2014” series, and we’re sharing a wide-range of...

12.21.14 Food Sovereignty, Palestine, and Syria [Radio] – Generation Justice
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12.21.14 Food Sovereignty, Palestine, and Syria [Radio] – Generation Justice

This show discussed food justice, the occupation of Palestine, and the ongoing tragedy in Syria. We heard about the parallels between Palestine and New Mexico from Rodrigo Rodriguez, organizer and coordinator of SWOP’s community food justice initiative, Project Feed the Hood: International District Community Garden, who recently returned from a trip to the West Bank....

Upheld in Love – Generation Justice
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Upheld in Love – Generation Justice

I saw their faces – the faces of the 43 missing students from the Raul Isidro Burgos Rural Teachers College in Iguala, Mexico – and I felt them in my heart. I could see just a glimpse of their personalities through the photographs. They weren’t just the “43 students” but they were 43 different human...