This week’s show continues our focus on the New Mexico 2014 legislature with a discussion with the New Mexico Coalition for Equity and Justice. They are an intergenerational, statewide coalition focused on educational access, equity, inclusion, and justice. We’ll also hear from young leaders who participated in Children and Youth Day at the legislature.
In commemoration of Pete Seeger’s life, we’ll feature his music throughout the show and pay homage to his years of activism for the environment, racial justice, and peace.
“What Did You Learn in School Today?” – Pete Seeger
“Clandestino” – Manu Chao
“We Shall Overcome” – Pete Seeger and Bruce Springsteen
“Dear Mr. President” – Pete Seeger
“Solidarity Forever” – Pete Seeger
“Where Have All The Flowers Gone” – Earth, Wind, and Fire
“1913 Massacre” – Woodie Guthrie
“Blowin In The Wind” – Bob Dylan
“Turn Turn Turn” – Pete Seeger
Hosts: Jason Fuller and Pauly Denteclaw
Interviewer: George Luna-Peña