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9.6.20- Race History & Haling Project

This week on Generation Justice, we spoke to Alicia Manzano, the Mayor’s Liaison for Strategic Partnerships at the City of Albuquerque who spoke with us about the Race, History & Healing Project created after the removal of the Juan de Oñate statue at the Albuquerque Art Museum. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on...

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8.2.20- Federal Agents Invasion & CBP

  This week on Generation Justice, we spoke to Jim Harvey, the Executive Director of The Center for Peace and Justice, about the recent movement of Operation Legend into our community. We heard from Sarah Silva and her poem, “It was always going to be Customs & Border Protection.” Sarah is a community coach, faith...

11.11.16 Strength, Resiliency, and Healing
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11.11.16 Strength, Resiliency, and Healing

We are in a critical time. More than ever, we need to come together to cope and heal. This can only happen by opening our hearts with recognition, respect, and honor. Our shared survival is interwoven. This week, Generation Justice will focus on healing. First, we’ll chat with author, advocate and community organzier Desiree Woodland...

11.6.16 Don’t Forget To Vote!
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11.6.16 Don’t Forget To Vote!

We continue our discussion on democracy and youth voter advocacy. We bring in two community leaders from Young Women United, Nicole Messina and Angie Nareja, who discuss the importance of young voters and the Gen Z Vote Project. We also spoke with a variety of students, faculty and protesters who attended the Bernie Sanders Rally...

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