“I Am Who I Serve” Tomas Martinez is an outreach coordinator and a promotor at La Plazita Institute in Albuquerque, New Mexico. [Photo: Alden Bruce] By Lucia Martinez and Thema Fenderson ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — “I love the National Geographic because it saved my life,” says Tomas Martinez, recalling the 1980 prison riot at...
1.12.14 Spirituality and Social Justice Pt. 4 – Rev. John D. Hill [Radio] – Generation Justice
In the last of Lucia Martinez’s discussions on spirituality and social justice, she talks with Reverend John D. Hill of Grant Chapel A.M.E. Church in Albuquerque. He discusses the history of Grant Chapel, and the A.M.E. church as a whole, connecting its founding as a rejection of discrimination to social justice work today. He also...
8.4.13 Generation Justice Alumni Show [Radio] – Generation Justice
Our show this past Sunday featured an awesome group of Generation Justice alumni! They shared memories and stories, updated us on what they've been up to lately, and talked about the different ways that Generation Justice impacted their lives
9.16.12 – No Papers No Fear: UndocuBus [Radio] – Generation Justice
Generation Justice had the opportunity to speak with Justice riders of the UndocuBus on their journey to the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina. Don’t miss the poignant show as Generation Justice spoke with inspiring activists about what does it mean to have NO Papers and NO Fear.
Happy Father’s Day – Generation Justice
The youth of Generation Justice wish their fathers a Happy Father's Day.