Amplifying Youth Voices – Generation Justice
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Amplifying Youth Voices – Generation Justice

Recently, I met one of my heroes, Amy Goodman. For twenty years Amy has hosted and produced Democracy Now!, a news radio program which covers issues facing our world and the movements working to correct them. Inside a packed high school gymnasium in Albuquerque’s South Valley, I weaved in and out of the audience, snapping...

Decolonizing Warriors – Generation Justice
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Decolonizing Warriors – Generation Justice

As I headed to Generation Justice on August 10, 2015, I honored our Pueblo Independence Day with prayers of healing, strength, peace and love for all creation. The universe answered back that morning when I met GJ Advisor and Fellowship Trainer Roberto Chene. Roberto is an expert and consultant for intercultural communication, leadership and conflict...

GJ Community Voices: Youth at the Legislature – Generation Justice
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GJ Community Voices: Youth at the Legislature – Generation Justice

On January 20th 2015, Generation Justice had the opportunity to attend Children and Youth Day at the State Legislature in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Generation Justice conducted interviews with youth from all over the state representing several organizations including the New Mexico Youth Alliance, LOUD, and NMCAN. Check out the awesome reflections and snippets we...

9.21.14 – UNM Dream Team [Radio] – Generation Justice
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9.21.14 – UNM Dream Team [Radio] – Generation Justice

Obama’s delayed announcement on immigration forces millions of immigrants to live under the threat of deportation for at least 60 more days. What toll does this uncertainty take on day to day life? Generation Justice was joined by the UNM Dream Team to discuss immigration, reform, the delay in administrative relief, deportations, family separation, and...

9.14.14 – Youth Forum on the School-to-Prison Pipeline [Radio] – Generation Justice
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9.14.14 – Youth Forum on the School-to-Prison Pipeline [Radio] – Generation Justice

The US incarcerates the highest percentage of its population in the world. The majority of incarcerated individuals are people of color and the poor. How do we change this system? This show featured youth discussions from the school-to-prison pipeline forum that SouthWest Organizing Project hosted on September 6, 2014. (photo credit: Kirwan Institute) Production Team:...