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7.19.20- People are NOT Mascots & COVID-19 Update

This week on Generation Justice, we learned about the new cases and developments regarding NM’s response to COVID-19 and the importance of the name and mascot change of the Washington NFL football team. We spoke to the Cabinet Secretary of the Human Services Department, Dr. David Scrase. We also spoke with Amanda Blackhorse, a certified...

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7.5.20 Danielle Lipow: Juvenile Incarceration

  This week on Generation Justice, GJ Apprentice Pilar Monfiletto spoke with Danielle Lipow from the Annie E Casey Foundation about Juvenile Incarceration and the initiatives to safely reduce the number of youth, particularly youth of color, in institutions. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!    ...

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6.21.20- Dr. Finnie Coleman

  This week on Generation Justice we shared an interview with the former director of African American studies at UNM, Dr. Finnie Coleman.This interview was conducted by longtime GJ member Joshua Horton after a summer of consecutive killings of Black people at the hands of the police. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on...

5.31.20 – Kerner Commission, Discrimination, and Voter Suppression
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5.31.20 – Kerner Commission, Discrimination, and Voter Suppression

  This week on Generation Justice we learned from former U.S Senator Fred Harris, the last remaining member of the Kerner Commission, established by President Lyndon Johnson to investigate the causes of social unrest of 1967. We will also share a debate from NPR’s All things Considered about the discrimination black men face in public...

2.23.20 – Roland Martin: “Never Stop Fighting!”
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2.23.20 – Roland Martin: “Never Stop Fighting!”

This week, we share the keynote address from the 2020 Black History Month Kick-Off Brunch celebrating 50 years of Africana Studies at the University of New Mexico, featuring Roland Martin. Mr. Martin is the creator and host of The Roland Martin Show, former CNN Contributor, Peabody Award Recipient and winner of two NAACP Image Awards....