“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...
Youth Producer Thema Fenderson interviews D'Ana Alderete about what she learned from Generation Justice's "Little Feet Walk Loud" interactive workshop at the 2011 OYE Conference.
Youth Producer Thema Fenderson of Generation Justice interviews United States Congressman Ben Ray Lujan at the 18th Annual Cesar Chavez Celebration and Festival.
Generation Justice's Thema Fenderson interviews student Crystal Zamora about corporal punishment in New Mexico schools.
After a few short minutes I realized I knew less about the Israeli–Palestinian conflict than I had thought. I had known that the conflict was over land that the Israelis felt a certain right to and that the land had since been divided into a Jewish and Palestinian state. I searched for a deeper history. After a few hours of research, though, it didn’t seem that I had learned a significant amount of information. Most pieces seemed one sided and discussed Zionism and Israeli issues in the conflict which I had admittedly knew more about to begin with.