Podcasts

4.29.18: Indigenous Advancement: Art & Education

4.29.18: Indigenous Advancement: Art & Education

Discussion of the advancement of Native people through art and Indigenous learning models. We speak with Warren Montoya, executive director of Rezilience and Dr. Shawn Secatero, assistant professor with the University of New Mexico College of Education.

4.22.18: Immigrant Resources & Syria Through Poetry

4.22.18: Immigrant Resources & Syria Through Poetry

This week, Generation Justice looks at resources for immigrant families and the Syrian crisis through youth poetry. And, a commentary on the need for gun law reform for the safety of our schools.

4.8.18: Update on Palestine

4.8.18: Update on Palestine

Longtime GJ member, Izzaddine Mustafa gives a history and update on the ongoing violence in Palestine.

3.25.18: March For Our Lives ABQ

3.25.18: March For Our Lives ABQ

Youth organizers of the March for Our Lives Albuquerque speak about organizing and their hopes for this movement.

3.11.18 International Women’s Day

3.11.18 International Women’s Day

We celebrate the voices of African AmericanĀ and Indigenous women who are using their platforms to create opportunity for women in...

2.25.18: No More Gun Violence

2.25.18: No More Gun Violence

Hear the powerful speech given by 18 year old Emma Gonzalez, a Parkland student survivor and New Mexico youth bring their thoughts and demands to the issue of campus gun violence.

2.18.18: Legislative Recap & Early Childhood Education

2.18.18: Legislative Recap & Early Childhood Education

Jessica Lopez Collins and Lan Sena of Strong Families New Mexico give a legislative recap. And Jessa Cowdrey of CHI St. Vincent Children, joins GJ to talk about Early Childhood Education legislation.

2.11.18: Black History in Action

2.11.18: Black History in Action

Community organizers and activists, Selinda Guerrero and Arthur Bell, join GJ to speak about the upcoming "Black Lives Matter: Our Black History March & Community BBQ" that is planned for Albuquerque. And GJ youth producers uplift the voices of Dreamers through social media.

2.4.18: Lifeline in NM

2.4.18: Lifeline in NM

Ana Montes of the Utility Reform Network joins us to discuss the Lifeline program in America and what we can do to protect it. And, Josh Green, our resident thespian, shares a monologue from the play, "Nightfall."

1.28.18: No Forgotten Women

1.28.18: No Forgotten Women

Christine Barber of Street Safe NM and Violet Martinez, of the Transwomen Empowerment Initiative, share their work of advocating for New Mexico's underserved women. Plus, a GJ roundtable discussion on procrastination.