Steven Renderos and Erin Shields are two national organizers with the Center for Media Justice, a national organization that fights to protect the digital rights of poor people and people of color. Listen in as they discuss changes to the FCC under Donald Trump and how to fight back!
Panel Discussion on the surveillance state and how it targets communities of color. Panelists include: Aaron Dixon author of "My People Are Rising," Myaisha Hayes of Center for Media Justice, Paul Haidle of ACLU New Mexico, and Eduardo Esquivel of New Mexico Dream Team
Listen to stories of resiliency in our communities; deeply touching stories of resilience within the lives of New Mexicans; and important messages to policymakers.
Lyla June Johnston, Diné artist and activist, shares her stories of strength and resilience in New Mexico.
New Mexicans share their stories of resilience, the traditions of resilience, and their messages to policymakers for the future.
This week on GJ, we meet our new Youth Produvers and Media Justice Organizers! They share what they want to learn and what they have already accomplished before coming to Generation Justice.
Generation Justice looks at the Healthy Workforce Ordinance on this year’s municipal ballot in the city of Albuquerque.
This week on Generation Justice, we listen to the spoken word, personal stories, and prayers of the community leaders who spoke at the “Poor People's Campaign: A Call for Moral Revival” event in Albuquerque.
The Trump administration announced plans to end the “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals” program, otherwise known as DACA, a blow to thousands of families who sought after protection and opportunity in this country.
As our country tries to rebuild after racism, hate, and disaster, Generation Justice invites you to stop and allow the words of the Reverend Dr. William Barber to ignite the passion we all need to fight injustice.
This month we lost a true pioneer of social justice and civil rights, Dick Gregory. He was a comedian, a writer, and activist.
We join two people who are using the power of the internet to empower their communities. First up, Matt Mitchell, founder of CryptoHarlem, hacker and data-journalist, explains the importance of encryption for journalists, activists and everyday people.