3.29.20 – Youth Radio Throwback # 2
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3.29.20 – Youth Radio Throwback # 2

This week on Generation Justice we bring back the best of 2009, Youth Radio media producer picked their favorite segments from the year 2009 in this special episode! Don’t miss these carefully selected pieces that feature poetry, political action, and inspiring words from nationally recognized activists.  Youth:  1. Joshua Horton- host  2. Jonquilyn Hill-host  3....

3.22.20 – Youth Radio Throwback!
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3.22.20 – Youth Radio Throwback!

  This week Generation Justice is excited to revisit an amazing episode of Youth Radio, “Best of 2006”! Tune in to hear voices from one of our first cohorts of youth producers who shared their experience after seeing poet and writer Maya Angelou; a coming out story from Jaron Kie; and, a commentary on the...

e.Woke #79: Partisan Tech & Government Accountability
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e.Woke #79: Partisan Tech & Government Accountability

Generation Justice (GJ) is a multiracial, multicultural project that trains youth to harness the power of community. GJ youth are training YOU to harness the power of your cyber security. Privacy only works when we work together. Subscribe to e.Woke & donate. It’s an anxious time worldwide. Time to be aware, stay informed, and take action! From California to...

e.Woke #74: Welcome to the Tech Nightmare!
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e.Woke #74: Welcome to the Tech Nightmare!

  Generation Justice (GJ) is a multiracial, multicultural project that trains youth to harness the power of community. GJ youth are training YOU to harness the power of your cyber security. Privacy only works when we work together.Subscribe to e.Woke & donate. Your weekly Digital Twilight Zone is back! Wanna lose some sleep tonight? Let’s...

2.2.20- Las Mujeres for Avenida Dolores Huerta
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2.2.20- Las Mujeres for Avenida Dolores Huerta

This week, Generation Justice speaks with Diana Montoya and Angie Gonzales Carver of Las Mujeres. Diana and Angie speak about the ongoing work of bringing Avenida Dolores Huerta to Albuquerque. Tune in to hear about how community can get involved and what the legacy of Dolores Huerta means for our state.