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Generation Justice

English, Cultural, 1 season, 519 episodes, 4 days, 12 hours
About
Generation Justice’s mission is to inspire youth to become media makers committed to social transformation. Generation Justice trains teens to approach journalism from a social justice and media justice framework. This is a multi-media project that gives voice to activism– locally, nationally and internationally. The end desire of Generation Justice is that youth will leave our program more educated about community strengths and problems and that they will have the, critical thinking, inter-personal, and journalism tools to effectively work on solutions to injustice. The youth participants are trained in radio broadcasting, blogging, video blogging, and digital story-telling. The teens go out into the community and participate in organizing/civic engagement activities highlighting grassroots community organizers, youth activists, and peace makers. They are also challenged to expand their understanding of social justice, democracy, inclusion, and equity and to use media as a tool for social change and youth activism.
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5.12.24- Mother's Day Special!

Generation Justice is celebrating Mother’s Day! Throughout the program, hear heartfelt messages and dedicated music from our youth and staff to their mothers. Don’t miss this loving hour of radio! Catch us live on Sundays @ 7:00 pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
5/14/202423 minutes, 12 seconds
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5.5.24- Iris Keltz, Honoring Prof. Refaat Alareer, Alia Kassab, & Poetry!

This week's podcast is ready!!! Hear from author Iris Keltz, who shares the words of Alia Kassab and the poignant poem “If I Must Die” by Professor Refaat Alareer. We also share the poems “May the People Remember” by Indigenous author and farmer, Rowen White, and “There is No Polite Way to Demand a Ceasefire” by Albuquerque poet laureate from 2012 to 2014, Hakim Bellamy! All of this on Sunday 5/5 @ 7:00 pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
5/9/202442 minutes, 19 seconds
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5.19.24 Vaccine Equity

5.19.24 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
5/2/20241 minute, 17 seconds
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5.12.24 Vaccine Equity

5.12.24 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
5/2/20241 minute, 15 seconds
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5.5.24 Vaccine Equity

5.5.24 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
5/2/20241 minute, 21 seconds
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4.21.24 Vaccine Equity

4.21.24 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
5/2/20241 minute, 26 seconds
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4.21.24- Earth Day! Center of Southwest Culture

This week on Generation Justice, we celebrate Earth Day with Center of Southwest Culture’s Arturo Sandoval (founding Director), Kateri Zuni (co-Director), & José Castro (¡Sembrando Salud! Program manager). Tune in to learn more about the history and importance of Earth Day! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
4/22/202448 minutes, 21 seconds
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4.14.24 Vaccine Equity

4.14.24 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
4/15/20241 minute, 48 seconds
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4.14.24- Press Conference Recording: Ceasefire Resolution

This week on Generation Justice, we heard a recording of the March 25th Press Conference on the Ceasefire Resolution adopted by The State Central Committee (SCC) of the Democratic Party of New Mexico (DPNM)! Missed yesterday’s broadcast? Don’t worry! Click the link in our bio to hear it in full. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
4/15/202455 minutes, 6 seconds
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4.7.24 Vaccine Equity

4.7.24 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
4/8/20241 minute
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4.7.24 Afromundo Festival 2024 & Lan Sena Interview!

This week on Generation Justice, we learned about the upcoming Afromundo Festival from Maritza Perez & Lauryn Mills Bohannon from Afromundo; and about health policy in New Mexico from Lan Sena, Policy Director with the Center for Civic Policy! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
4/8/202454 minutes, 4 seconds
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3.31.24 Vaccine Equity

3.31.24 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
4/2/20241 minute, 11 seconds
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3.31.24- 2024 Cesar Chavez & Dolores Huerta Celebration!

This week on Generation Justice, we spoke to Linda Benavides, co-chair, & Chuy Martinez, co-founder of the Recuerda a Cesar Chavez Committee! Learn more about their work & upcoming events on the 31st for Cesar Chavez & Dolores Huerta celebrations. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
4/1/202444 minutes
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3.24.24 Vaccine Equity

3.24.24 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
3/25/20241 minute, 19 seconds
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3.17.24 Vaccine Equity

3.17.24 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
3/25/20241 minute, 41 seconds
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3.10.24 Vaccine Equity

3.10.24 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
3/25/20241 minute, 25 seconds
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3.24.24- Saera Ní hAnLuain on Vaccine Equity!

Generation Justice brings you an interview with Saera Ní hAnLuain, the Program Manager at Momentum Santa Fe. She speaks about vaccine equity and her experience with the Better Together Program, which is managed by Momentum Santa Fe! Tune in to hear from Saera, and hear the poem, “May the People Remember”, by Rowen White, who is an Indigenous author and Farmer. Also, hear about upcoming community events and vaccine equity updates! All of this and more on Sunday 3/24@ 7:00 pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
3/25/202436 minutes, 7 seconds
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3.17.24- Interview w/ NM Dream Team & KUNM Spring Pledge Drive!

This week on Generation Justice, we spoke to Felipe Rodriguez & Itzayana Banda from the New Mexico Dream Team about the Dignity Not Detention legislation. We also joined KUNM’s 2024 Spring fundraiser! Tune in to hear youth voices & more information. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
3/18/202452 minutes, 37 seconds
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3.10.24- Interview with Lan Sena & Ramadan Segment with Imam Abdur'Rauf

This week on Generation Justice, we spoke to Lan Sena, Policy Director with the Center for Civic Policy about health policy & the Paid Medical Family Leave Legislation. And Imam Abdur’Rauf from the Minara Islamic Community Center spoke about the holy month of Ramadan & the genocide in Palestine. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
3/13/202454 minutes, 17 seconds
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3.3.24- Vaccine Equity w/ Andrea Romero & Keres Community Health!

This week on Generation Justice, we spoke to Andrea Romero, Program Manager for the Immunization Program at the Infectious Disease Bureau Public Health Division about her work, vaccine hesitancy, & more. As well as with Kateri Chino and Josiah Concho with Keres Community Health about their work, the importance of vaccine equity, & more. We also shared a poem in honor of International Women’s Day & vaccine equity updates. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
3/4/202452 minutes, 4 seconds
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2.25.24 Vaccine Equity

2.25.24 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
2/26/20241 minute, 45 seconds
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2.25.24- Interview w/ Fred Sandoval!

This week, Generation Justice speaks with Fred Sandoval, the Executive Director of the National Latino Behavioral Health Association! Hear what he has to share regarding Latino youth, mental health, and more! And don’t miss more powerful words for a Palestinian journalist or our weekly vaccine equity segment. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
2/26/202441 minutes, 46 seconds
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2.18.24 Vaccine Equity

2.18.24 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
2/23/20241 minute, 20 seconds
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2.11.24 Vaccine Equity

2.11.24 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
2/23/20242 minutes, 43 seconds
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2.4.24 Vaccine Equity

2.4.24 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
2/23/20241 minute, 26 seconds
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2.18.24- Interview w/Dr. Finnie Coleman!

This week on Generation Justice, we spoke with Dr. Finnie Coleman, professor of African American literature and culture at the University of New Mexico. He shares his wisdom regarding education, the upcoming election, & the meaning of Black History Month to him. We also shared more vaccine equity updates. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
2/23/202447 minutes, 54 seconds
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Segment: Carnaval 2015: Port to Port!

This program features an extended interview with Pilar and Frank Leto, the directors of Music and Dance: Carnaval 2015 “Port to Port” about love, dance, culture and identity. They’ll also be talking about the history of Carnaval and Afro-Cuban culture in New Mexico.
2/13/202427 minutes, 12 seconds
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2.11.24- Dignity not Detention Update & Memorial for a Ceasefire

This week on Generation Justice, we spoke to Senator Linda Lopex of District 11 about Senate Memorial 6, Israel Ceasefire, and the importance of a permanent ceasefire in Palestine! And we spoke to Andres Esquivel with the New Mexico Dream Team about updates to the status of the Dignity Not Detention Act. We also shared a letter written for Palestinian journalist Motaz Azaiza. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
2/12/202437 minutes, 47 seconds
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2.4.24- Tribal Education Trust Fund, Poetry for Ceasefire, Dignity not Detention

OUR PODCAST IS READY!! This week, Generation Justice shared several stellar interviews! Learn more from Regis Pecos and Rep. Derrick Lente (District 26) about education in New Mexico and the Tribal Education Trust Fund. 📚🎓 Learn more about support at the roundhouse for the Dignity Not Detention Act from Rep. Pamelya Herndon (District 28), Rep. Debra Sariñana (District 21), and Sen. Harold Pope (District 23). And don’t miss the letters written for Palestinian journalists and the powerful poem from Hakim Bellamy, there is no Polite Way to Demand a Ceasefire! 💪🏻💪🏽💪🏿 Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00 pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
2/5/202440 minutes, 44 seconds
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1.28.24 Vaccine Equity

1.28.24 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
1/30/20241 minute, 38 seconds
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1.28.24- Martinez & Yazzie, Dignity not Detention, Ceasefire Efforts at the NM legislature

This week on Generation Justice, we spoke to Dr. Diane Torres-Velasquez about the Martinez & Yazzie Lawsuit, Representative Eleanor Chavez of District 26 about Roundhouse efforts to call for a ceasefire in Palestine, and several organizations supporting the Dignity Not Detention Act! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
1/30/202453 minutes, 30 seconds
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1.21.24- Legislative Update w/ Sen. Ortiz y Pino and Sen Lopez & DND!

This week on Generation Justice we did a 2024 Legislative Session breakdown! Tune in to hear our interviews with Senator Jerry Ortiz y Pino (District 12) and Senator Linda Lopez (District 11) about the session and what legislation they have been supporting. And an interview with Andres Esquivel with the New Mexico Dream Team about the important Dignity Not Detention Act! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
1/30/202455 minutes
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1.7.24 Vaccine Equity

1.7.24 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
1/24/20241 minute, 45 seconds
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1.14.24 Vaccine Equity

1.14.24 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
1/24/202455 seconds
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1.14.24- Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's Legacy (Beyond Vietnam)

This week on Generation Justice, we celebrated the life, legacy, and work of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.! We shared his 1967 speech Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break Silence, as well as words from his daughter, Dr. Bernice King, about the tragedies unfolding in Palestine. Be sure to give this episode a listen! And don’t forget to catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
1/24/202459 minutes, 30 seconds
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1.8.24- Environmental Justice in NM & Student Debt Crisis!

This week on Generation Justice, we spoke with Amy Czulada, a member of the Student Borrower Protection Program. Amy discusses the current student debt crisis and the resources the center offers students. And Dr. Magda Avila, a member of the Board of Directors with the New Mexico Environmental Law Center discusses the Albuquerque-Bernalillo County Air Quality Control Board. 🌳 Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
1/8/202456 minutes, 27 seconds
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12.24.23 Vaccine Equity

12.24.23 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
1/2/20241 minute, 28 seconds
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12.17.23- Jewish Voice for Peace ABQ & CounterSpin Interview with JVP National

Generation Justice brings you two interviews with Jewish Voice for Peace from the local and national chapters. We hear from two members of Jewish Voice for Peace Albuquerque. And, we share an interview from our friends at CounterSpin, where Janine Jackson speaks with Sonya Meyerson-Knox, communications director of Jewish Voice for Peace, the national organization.
12/18/202355 minutes, 15 seconds
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2023.12.17 Calendar

This week on Generation Justice, we are brodcasting our community calendar segment via Sound Cloud! Find out what's happening in your community this week in our Community Calendar!
12/15/20232 minutes, 8 seconds
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12.10.23 Vaccine Equity

12.10.23 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
12/11/20231 minute, 10 seconds
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2023.12.10 Transgender Resource Center Of New Mexico, New Mexico Voices For Children, Vaccine Equity

OUR PODCAST IS READY! This Sunday on Generation Justice, we spoke with T. Michael Trimm and Adrien Lawyer from the Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico. They shared with us about some of the resources that their center offers to Transgender, non-binary, and gender non-conforming people in New Mexico. We spoke with Emily Wildau with New Mexico Voices for Children, to tell us about the 2023 NM Kids Count Databook, and education policy in our state as we are getting close to the 2024 Legislative Session. We brought to you a vaccine message from GJ's Associate Producer, Barbara Ramirez! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
12/11/202349 minutes, 43 seconds
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11.26.23 Vaccine Equity

11.26.23 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
12/1/20231 minute, 19 seconds
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11.17.23 Vaccine Equity

11.17.23 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
12/1/20231 minute, 13 seconds
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11.12.23 Chainbreaker Collective, Dia De Los Muertos, Calendar, Vaccine Equity

OUR PODCAST IS READY!!😊 This week on Generation Justice, we spoke to three amazing community members worth celebrating🎉 Rustia Avila from the South Valley Dia De Los Muertos Marigold Parade joined us with Yetzali Reyna Aguilar and Isabel Jurado Errera of the Chainbreaker Collective. This is an organization expanding access and resources for low-income people in the Northern New Mexican area-including access to vaccines with the Better Together Program! Rusita from the Marigold Parade shared her memories as its director and co-director for 16 years and explored its evolution🛻🍬❤️ Don't miss the opportunity to hear from these amazing community makers by listening to our podcast. Also-catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
11/13/202346 minutes, 47 seconds
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11.12.23 Vaccine Equity

11.12.23 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
11/13/202356 seconds
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11.5.23 Vaccine Equity

11.5.23 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
11/6/20236 minutes, 5 seconds
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11.5.23 Net Medical, Sacred Spring Reiki Collective, Vaccine Equity, Calendar, Voting

OUR PODCAST IS READY! This week on Generation Justice, we heard from Miguel Williams, the Director of Operations & Technical Support from Net Medical, who told us about Net Medical's subsidiary, Immunity Science, and mobile health. We were joined by Paula Terrero, from the Sacred Spring Reiki Collective. She is a Lead Reiki Master & Teacher, and she spoke us to about Reiki, her work, and practice. In our special edition of Vaccine Equity this week, we heard from GJ's community liaison, Lily Luchau, share about her experience with administering flu shots at a flu shot clinic! We brought to you events happening this week in New Mexico! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
11/6/202339 minutes, 45 seconds
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10.29.23 Vaccine Equity

10.29.23 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
10/30/20232 minutes, 10 seconds
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2023.10.29 YUCCA, SHAC, Calendar, Vaccine Equity

OUR PODCAST IS READY!! This week on Generation Justice, we spoke to Jonathan Juarez from Youth United for Climate Crisis, about the historical September March in New York, to demand we put an end to the use of fossil fuels. We heard from Lesley McKinney and Benjamin Ferguson from the Student Health and Counselling Services at the University of New Mexico. They shared with us about some of the services and resources that they offer to University students, and who is eligible to access these services. We brought to you Vaccine Equity, where we shared more about the Novavax Vaccine Option, and new vaccine options under Moderna and Pfizer. We also shared with you about some Community Events happening in your state that you can look forward to this week! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
10/30/202348 minutes, 29 seconds
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10.15.23 Vaccine Equity

10.15.23 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
10/16/20233 minutes, 27 seconds
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2023.10.15 New Mexico Dream Team, Vaccine Equity, Calendar

THIS WEEK'S PODCAST IS READY! This week on Generation Justice, we learned about Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, and the dangers DACA is unfortunately facing. We sat down with the New Mexico Dream Team for an informational interview. Did you know that October is National Depression awareness and screening month? Learn about awareness tools and the 988 Lifeline in our community Calendar! And updates on the new Novavax COVID-19 Vaccine Option, approved by the FDA on October 3rd! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
10/16/202347 minutes, 25 seconds
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10.8.23- Yazzie-Martinez Updates w/ Gov. Regis Pecos

This week on Generation Justice, we hear from Governor Regis Pecos, Co-Director and Co-Founder of the Leadership Institute at Santa Fe Indian School, Councilor and Former and Lieutenant Governor and lifetime member of the Tribal Council of the Pueblo of Cochiti. Governor Pecos is the Executive Director of the New Mexico Office of Indian Affairs under four administrations. He shares with us about the history and new updates of the Yazzine Martinez Lawsuit, what changes to education have emerged as a result of the law school, and his vision for education in the future. Catch us live every Sunday at 7pm on 89.9 KUNM fm or KUNM.org!
10/11/202359 minutes
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10.1.23 Vaccine Equity

10.1.23 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
10/2/20231 minute, 46 seconds
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10.1.23 CCESOS And The Balloon Fiesta

OUR PODCAST IS READY!! This week on Generation Justice, we spoke with Alicia Chavez, Board President at the Center for Social Sustainable Systems. We learned about the importance of water sharing practices, and about CCESOS’ curriculum called, “Ciclos De La Tierra.” We also heard from Liz Aldaz, the International Balloon Fiesta’s Park and Bus Operations Manager, where we learned about some of the exciting events to look forward to for your visit to this year’s balloon fiesta, as well as the incredible work that is being done to make this international event successful. We also had our weekly vaccine equity segment with updates about COVID-19 and vaccinations, as well as our weekly Community Calendar, where we kept you updated with what’s happening in our community, helping you stay civically engaged. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
10/2/202342 minutes, 6 seconds
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9.24.23 Vaccine Equity

9.24.23 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
9/25/20231 minute, 24 seconds
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9.24.23- El Centro de la Raza & Center For Teaching and Learning

PODCAST, PODCAST!! This week on Generation Justice, we spoke to Rosa Isela Cervantes, Executive Director of UNM’s El Centro de la Raza. She shares about the support resources El Centro offers UNM students & National Hispanic Heritage Month. Aeron Haynie and Stephanie Sanchez, Executive Director and Director of Student Learning Services at UNM’s Center for Teaching and Learning, share about their center’s resources for students! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
9/25/202352 minutes, 5 seconds
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9.17.23- COVID-19 Updates with Rafael Rubio

Generation Justice interviews Rafael Rubio, the president of Net Medical, a telemedicine company and laboratory for COVID testing. He will be speaking about COVID-19 from his perspective having a degree in physics and his work with Net Medical. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00 pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
9/18/202358 minutes, 58 seconds
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9.10.23- Vaccine Equity Segment

9.10.23- Vaccine Equity Segment by Generation Justice
9/13/20231 minute, 27 seconds
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23.9.10- UNM Office of Compliance, Ethics, and Equal Opportunity!

Generation Justice interviews Francie Cordova, UNM’s Chief Compliance Officer, and Dr. Angela Catena, UNM’s Title IX Coordinator from the Office of Compliance, Ethics, and Equal Opportunity. We also bring you information all about KUNM’s Fall Fundraising, including messages from our team on the impact KUNM has had on our project. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
9/13/202343 minutes, 49 seconds
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8.27.23- Let's talk about Health! Enrique Cardiel & Katie Kearbey

Listen to our podcast! On Sunday, August 27th, we interviewed Enrique Cardiel of the Bernalillo Health Equity Council and Katie Kearbey a 4th medical student at of the Latin American School of Medicine will share their knowledge on health equity and vaccine equity. Do not miss this amazing program! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
9/1/202341 minutes, 40 seconds
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8.13.23- 2023 Leaders For Change Fellows Celebration Vaccine Equity

This week, we bring you the recording of the 2023 Leaders For Change Fellowship Celebration focused on Health and Vaccine Equity, the science of COVID-19, and Long COVID. Tonight you will hear what 2023 Fellows learned in the past few months. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
8/16/202353 minutes, 17 seconds
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7.2.23 Vaccine Equity

7.2.23 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
7/6/20232 minutes, 8 seconds
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7.2.23 Juneteenth !

7.2.23 Juneteenth ! by Generation Justice
7/5/202323 minutes, 8 seconds
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6.25.23 Vaccine Equity!

6.25.23 Vaccine Equity! by Generation Justice
6/30/20231 minute, 34 seconds
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6.25.23- The Mountains Wore Down to the Valleys!

This week, hear from two incredibly talented artists! Generation Justice had the honor of speaking with Adri De La Cruz and Marisa Demarco, the artists who put together the collaborative sound and visual installation called, The Mountains Wore Down to the Valleys Adri and Marisa share about their artwork, what they have learned through the process, and their art journey! Adri is an artist and organizer, who was featured in Tales of Endurance Etched on Vinyl in the MutualArt’s artist press archive! Marisa is an Albuquerque-based journalist, and co-founder of New Mexico Compass! All of this and our vaccine equity segment, on 6/25 @ 7:00 pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org! ✨
6/30/202340 minutes, 22 seconds
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6.18.23 Vaccine Equity

6.18.23 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
6/23/20231 minute, 44 seconds
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6.18.23- Climate Crisis FB Live & Interview with Madhumita Santhanam!

Our Podcast is ready! We focus on the Climate Crisis and the #willowproject, we bring you a youth discussion with Sydney Ernest and Angie Rivera. We also speak with long-time GJ member Madhumita Santhanam who shares about her experience as the social media manager for Generation Justice. Tonight at 7pm on 89.9 KUNM fm or online at KUNM.org! 📻💙
6/23/202349 minutes, 15 seconds
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6.11.23 Miko Peled Keynote: Palestinians On The Edge Of The Precipice

We bring you an incredible speech! The University of New Mexico’s Anthropology Department met with Miko Peled, who presented the speech, Palestinians On The Edge Of The Precipice - Where Do We Go From Here. Miko along with Jeffery Haas, highlight the current events in Palestine, and the United State's involvement! 🤝 Miko, is an Israeli-American author, who wrote the book The General Son : Journey of an Israeli In Palestine. He is also an international speaker and a podcaster! ❗ 📻 ❗ Don’t miss this on 6/11 @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
6/13/202357 minutes, 52 seconds
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6.4.23- Festival Flamenco 2023: Interview with Eva and Marisol Encinias!

OUR PODCAST IS READY!! This week on Generation Justice, we proudly featured Eva Encinias and Marisol Encinias. Eva is the Founding Director of the National Institute of Flamenco, the Conservatory of Flamenco Arts, and the Festival Flamenco Albuquerque. Marisol Encinias, is the Executive and Artistic Director and Curator of Festival Flamenco Albuquerque, and is the Assistant Professor of Dance at the University of New Mexico. Eva and Marisol shared about the origins of the beautiful dance style, Flamenco, and what to expect at the upcoming Flamenco Festival of Albuquerque Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
6/9/202348 minutes, 10 seconds
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5.28.23 Quay County Health Council And Empowerment Congress

This week, we bring you an inspiring program! We heard from Quay County Health Council’s Coordinator, Brenda Bishop, and the Assistant Coordinator, Joyce Runyan, who share about their empowering work within their community in Quay County, the Better Together Program, and the importance of vaccine equity ❗ Then Daisy A Maldonado, the Director of Empowerment Congress, and their Community Health Worker Program Manager, Rosalba Ruiz-Reyes, share about their important work in Doña Ana County, and some of the resources and services that they offer! 📻 All of this, and our community calendar on 5/28 @ 7:00 pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org! ✨
5/30/202353 minutes, 31 seconds
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5.21.23 Vaccine Equity

5.21.23 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
5/30/20232 minutes, 10 seconds
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5.21.23 Comadre A Comadre, Dance, PHE Information, Community Calendar

This week on Generation Justice, we proudly featured the director of the Comadre a Comadre Program, Dr. Elba Saavedra Ferrer, and their Peer Patient Navigator, Patricia De Corona Ortega! Dr. Saavedra and Patricia shared their incredible work towards addressing cancer diagnosis within the Hispanic and Latinx communities, and the vaccine equity work that they have been doing! We also shared with you a special segment with GJ Intern, Madhumita Santhanam, who talked about her journey learning dance and what it has taught her! AND, we brought you an important Public Emergency Announcement and our community calendar! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
5/30/202351 minutes, 39 seconds
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5.14.23 Presbyterian Community Health And Street Safe NM

OUR PODCAST IS READY!! This week on Generation Justice, we proudly featured two incredible and thoroughly informative interviews! Anna Rutins, of Presbyterian Community Health, & the manager CDC Racial and Ethnic Approaches for Community Health and Partnering for Vaccine Equity, shared about the resources they offer at Presbyterian Community Health, and the importance of vaccine equity in our state!! AND Christine Barber, the Executive Director and Co-Founder of Street Safe New Mexico, shed light on their impactful work, and their commitment to protecting folks on the street! We also brought you our community calendar with important events for you! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
5/16/202350 minutes, 28 seconds
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5.7.23 Vaccine Equity

5.7.23 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
5/16/202347 seconds
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4.30.23 - Arturo Sandoval and PCA

OUR PODCAST IS READY!! This week on Generation Justice, we proudly featured Arturo Sandoval, in honor of Earth Day, who spoke about the day itself, and his work! Arturo is the founding director of the Center of Southwest Culture and the Western Regional Coordinator for the very first Earth Day! We also shared with you an informational interview with Community Program Specialist, Cinthia Leon Lazcano from Partnership for Community Action or PCA! Cinthia shared about PCA and their important vaccine equity work! And we brought you our community calendar with calendar events to take part in!
5/2/202340 minutes, 38 seconds
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4.23.23- Interview with the New Mexico Black Leadership Council on Vaccine Equity!

OUR PODCAST IS READY!! This week on Generation Justice, we proudly featured the founder and director of the New Mexico Black Leadership Council or NMBLC, Cathryn McGill, and the Deputy Director at NMBLC, Kindra Hill. Cathryn and Kindra shared about their work at NMBLC and their vaccine equity work with the Better Together Initiative! And we brought you calendar events for you and your loved ones to take part in! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
4/26/202343 minutes, 1 second
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4.23.23 Vaccine Equity

4.23.23 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
4/26/202354 seconds
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4.16.12 -The 2022 Annie E Casey Foundation Convening and the CCP

OUR PODCAST IS READY!! This week on Generation Justice, we proudly featured Scot Spencer from The Annie E. Casey Foundation who shared about his work as the Associate Director for Local Policy. Scot also shared about the 2022 Annie E. Casey convening, which took place in Albuquerque. We also shared the wisdom of 3 organizations that attended the 2022 Annie E. Casey covening! Ahmaad Lott, the Fellowship Coordinator at the New Orleans Youth Alliance, Jessica Daniels, the Director of YES! For Equity at Partnership for Southern Equity, and Daniel Robles, Deputy Field Organizer at JOLT Action Texas shared about their respective organizations and their experiences at the convening! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
4/18/202359 minutes
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4.9.23- Afromundo Festival & Somos Unidos Foundation on Vaccine Equity!

This week on Generation Justice, we proudly featured Afromundo’s, Maritza Pérez and Lauryn Mills-Bohannon, who spoke about the upcoming Second Annual Afromundo Festival, which focuses on Resistance & Creativity! And Chanel Wiese-Carl, the Executive Director of the Somos Unidos Foundation, shared about the importance of vaccine equity in our state! We also brought you our calendar events to take part in!
4/10/202347 minutes, 51 seconds
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4.2.23 - Post- Legislation with NM Voices for Children and EQNM

This week on Generation Justice, we proudly featured the Advocacy Associate at Equality New Mexico, Victor Romero Hernandez, and the Executive Director at New Mexico Voices, Amber Wallin. Victor and Amber shared their knowledge on the legislation session, some of the bills that have been passed, and lessons learned! We also brought you our weekly vaccine equity segment with important vaccination information for YOU, and our calendar events for you to take part in!
4/5/202340 minutes, 9 seconds
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4.2.23 Vaccine Equity

4.2.23 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
4/5/20233 minutes, 14 seconds
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3.26.23 Audrey Herrera Castillo and Momentum Santa Fe

OUR PODCAST IS READY!! This week on Generation Justice, we proudly featured the Founder and Owner of Momentum Santa Fe, Audrey Herrera! Audrey shared about her 30 year long career in state government that started through a high school work study program, and shared about the Better Together Initiative on Vaccine Equity in the state of New Mexico! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
3/28/202356 minutes, 36 seconds
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Carson Lafferty 1st Amendment Commentary

Carson Lafferty 1st Amendment Commentary by Generation Justice
3/23/20232 minutes, 53 seconds
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3.19.23 Vaccine Equity

3.19.23 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
3/21/20232 minutes, 20 seconds
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3.19.23 Marked By COVID And KUNM Spring Drive

Join us this Sunday! 🤝 ❗ Janeth Nuñez del Prado and Eleanor Bravo share about the personal impacts of COVID-19, and about the Senate Joint Memorial 1 and Marked by COVID-19? Janeth is the New Mexico Hub Leader of the local grassroots non-profit Marked By Covid, and Eleanor is a native of the Philippines, and is the Chair of the New Mexico Covid Steering Committee and a Community Organizer! AND Listen as youth and adults alike share their GJ experiences and discuss the importance of @KUNMradio and community radio! 📻 🎙️ ❓ AND to support this work, we encourage YOU to make a contribution online at KUNM.org during GJ’s show! And don’t miss THIS, and our weekly vaccine equity segment with important vaccination information on 3/19 @ 7:00 pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org! ✨
3/21/202344 minutes, 9 seconds
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3.12.23 PAZ, Mexica New Year, And Vaccine Equity

What does art mean to you? This Sunday! We learn from local activist, multimedia artist, and Danzante Mexica, PAZ (Mapitzmitl), who helps us to understand the Mexica New Year, which is celebrated on March 12th, 2023, more! We also bring you our weekly vaccine equity segment with important information on COVID-19, vaccines, and more! 📻 On Sunday 3/12 @ 7:00 pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org! 🙌
3/14/202354 minutes, 16 seconds
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3.12.23 Vaccine Equity

3.12.23 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
3/14/20231 minute, 52 seconds
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3.5.23 Enrique Cardiel, Calendar Events, Vaccine Equity

This week on Generation Justice, we proudly featured community leader and resident of the International District, Enrique Cardiel, who shared about the closing of the Walmart on San Mateo and Central, the effects this closure has in the community, and important legislation to keep an eye out for. Enrique has lived in the International District and worked as a public health professional for over 25 years! We also shared with you, calendar events for you and your family to take part in, and our weekly vaccine equity segment with important information on vaccines, COVID-19, and more! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
3/8/202345 minutes, 32 seconds
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3.5.23 Vaccine Equity

3.5.23 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
3/8/20232 minutes, 7 seconds
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2.26.23 Vaccine Equity!

2.26.23 Vaccine Equity! by Generation Justice
3/1/20233 minutes, 9 seconds
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2.19.23- AAPINH Day at the Roundhouse & GJ Vaccine Equity!

This week on Generation Justice, we proudly featured GJ Intern, Zain Dixon who shared about his experience attending the Asian American Pacific Islanders and Native Hawaiians Day at the Roundhouse, and more! Then, GJ Leader For Change Fellow, Adiana Cordova, spoke about Generation Justice’s Vaccine Equity, the Protect Your Hood NM Website, and more! We also shared with you our weekly vaccine equity segment with important information on COVID-19 and vaccinations, and our community calendar events! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
2/22/202342 minutes, 3 seconds
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2.19.23 Vaccine Equity

2.19.23 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
2/22/20231 minute, 46 seconds
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2.13.23- Vaccine Equity Update!

2.13.23- Vaccine Equity Update! by Generation Justice
2/13/20232 minutes, 24 seconds
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2.5.23- 2022 KIDS COUNT Data Book!

This week on Generation Justice, we proudly featured Emily Wildau, the Research Policy Analyst and Kids Count Coordinator at New Mexico Voices for Children, who shared about the 2022 Kids Count Data Book, the health of New Mexicans, how we as community members can be involved, and much more! We also shared with you our weekly vaccine equity segment with information on how to stay safe & upcoming Black History Month & Legislative events!
2/7/202336 minutes, 54 seconds
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2.5.2023 Vaccine Equity

2.5.2023 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
2/7/20232 minutes, 15 seconds
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Interview With Dr. Denise Herrera/ Con Alma Health Foundation

In this GJ interview, we speak with Dr. Denise Herrera, a New Mexican Latina, and the Executive Director of the Con Alma Health Foundation. The Con Alma Health Foundation works to serve diverse cultural and racial groups through a health equity lens. Dr. Denise has spent her entire career training to invest in the health and well-being of New Mexicans. She tells us more about her journey in philanthropy, and the recent gift of $5 million that they received from global philanthropist and author, MacKenzie Scott ❕ Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
2/1/202322 minutes, 1 second
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1.29.23 New COVID Variant!

1.29.23 New COVID Variant! by Generation Justice
1/30/20231 minute, 56 seconds
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1.29.23- Legislative Session Updates from OLE & Con Alma Health Foundation!

This week on Generation Justice, we proudly featured Miles Tokunow and Justin Allen from OLÉ NM! They shared about the 2023 Legislation Session, how to stay informed and keep our community safe, and more! ALSO, Dr. Denise Herrera, a New Mexican Latina, and the Executive Director of the Con Alma Health Foundation, shared with us about her incredible work at CAHF, in philanthropy, and much more! PLUS we shared with you our weekly vaccine equity segment, our calendar events, and empowering music! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
1/30/202351 minutes, 37 seconds
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1.22.23 Vaccine Equity

1.22.23 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
1/25/20233 minutes, 7 seconds
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1.22.23- Pre-Legislative Town Hall!

This week on Generation Justice, we proudly featured a Legislative Town Hall about the 2023 Legislative Session! Senator Linda Lopez serving District 11, Representative Patricia Roybal Caballero serving District 18, and Representative-Elect Eleanor Chavez serving District 26, spoke about THIS and important topics and issues that need to be addressed in New Mexico! 📻 ALSO we shared our vaccine equity segment with important information on COVID-19 and general vaccination information! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
1/25/202359 minutes
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1.8.23 Vaccine Equity

1.8.23 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
1/13/20231 minute, 52 seconds
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1.8.23 Randy Sanchez and Nosotros!

This Sunday tune into an inspiring program with local musician, Randy Sanchez! Randy is one of the founding members of the Latin Band, Nosotros, which originated in 1994 in Las Cruces, New Mexico. He speaks about his musical journey, the humble beginnings of the band, and the impact that music has had on him! We also bring you our vaccine equity segment, community events, and amazing music by the band Nosotros ❗ Tune into this marvelous production 1/8 @ 7:00 pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org! 🙌
1/12/202330 minutes, 58 seconds
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1.1.23 Vaccine Equity

1.1.23 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
1/3/20231 minute, 27 seconds
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12.25.22 Vaccine Equity

12.25.22 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
1/3/20231 minute, 41 seconds
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12.18.22 Vaccine Equity

12.18.22 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
12/19/20221 minute, 35 seconds
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12.18.22 Ariela Ramirez, Community Events

This week on Generation Justice, we proudly featured 12 year old Ariela Ramirez, who shared her voice with us! Ariela sent a letter to the President of the United States, and had the amazing honor of meeting the President himself! She spoke about her letter sent back from President Biden and her experience writing and meeting him! We also brought you community events, our weekly vaccine equity segment and lovely music! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
12/19/202232 minutes, 6 seconds
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11.20.22 Vaccine Equity

11.20.22 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
12/13/20221 minute, 44 seconds
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11.13.22 Vaccine Equity

11.13.22 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
12/13/20221 minute, 5 seconds
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11.27.22 Vaccine Equity

11.27.22 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
12/13/20221 minute, 30 seconds
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11.6.22 Vaccine Equity

11.6.22 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
12/13/20221 minute, 3 seconds
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12.11.22 Importance of Community PCR Testing w/ Net Medical & Luis Peña

This week on Generation Justice, we proudly featured Net Medical CEO Dick Govatski and President Rafael Rubio as well as Luis Peña, a community member from Rio Arriba County. Each spoke on how the closure of free PCR testing sites across New Mexico will impact our state and what you can do to prepare and protect your community. 🏠 ICYMI Tune in now! AND be sure to catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
12/12/202258 minutes, 58 seconds
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11.13.22 Gianna and Rumsha Discuss Racialized Disinformation!

This week on Generation Justice, we proudly and happily featured Rumsha Sajid, the national field organizer for Media Justice, and Gianna Ramirez, GJ Leaders for Change Fellow! Both of them discussed racialized disinformation and more in a Youth-led Intergenerational Conversation! We also brought you important information on COVID-19 in our vaccine equity segment, upcoming events to take part in with your loved ones, and as always wonderful music to inspire you! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org! https://bit.ly/3dwZU2H
11/18/202248 minutes, 7 seconds
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10.23.22 Interview with Alex Curtas from the NM SoS!

This week on Generation Justice, we proudly and happily featured Alex Curtas, the Communications Director for the New Mexico Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse-Oliver, who spoke about the importance and the impacts of voting, as well as important dates to remember in the upcoming midterm elections! Aside from working for the Secretary of State, Alex has ten years of experience in strategic communications, media relations, digital media, and research for political campaigns, non-profit advocacy organizations, and state government. We also brought you our weekly vaccine equity segment, upcoming community events, and amazing music! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org! https://bit.ly/3dwZU2H
11/3/202242 minutes, 12 seconds
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10.30.22 Vaccine Equity

10.30.22 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
10/28/20221 minute, 22 seconds
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10.23.22 Vaccine Equity

10.23.22 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
10/27/20221 minute, 10 seconds
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10.16.22 Vaccine Equity

10.16.22 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
10/27/20221 minute, 26 seconds
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10.9.22 Vaccine Equity

10.9.22 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
10/27/20221 minute, 9 seconds
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10.16.22- Importance of Voting with OLE NM & NMBVC!

Generation Justice features a Voting Panel with Leila Salim from OLE and Mason Graham from NMBVC, who spoke about voting, voting access, disinformation, equity, resources and so much more! We also shared new information on the omicron booster and beautiful music! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
10/27/202255 minutes, 56 seconds
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10.9.22 Food, Farm and Hunger Initiative!

This week on Generation Justice, we proudly and happily featured Kendal Chavez, Kaski Suzuki, and Franceska Alexander, who shared about food insecurity, The New Mexico Food, Farm & Hunger Initiative and more! Kendal is from the Office of Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, and is the Food and Hunger Coordinator. Kaski is the Food Security Coordinator at the Human Services Department, and Franceska is the Food Security Coordinator at the New Mexico Early Childhood Education and of Care Department. We also shared our weekly vaccine equity segment, community calendar event, and wonderful music chosen by our guests! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
10/27/202243 minutes, 1 second
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9.25.22 Vaccine Equity/ Omicron Booster!

9.25.22 Vaccine Equity/ Omicron Booster! by Generation Justice
9/28/20221 minute, 25 seconds
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9.18.22- Leaders for Change Fellows Celebration Part 1!

This week on Generation Justice, we proudly featured the 2022 Leaders For Change Fellows, who presented on various topics, including social determinants of health, Covid-19 and the science behind it, vaccines, their social media vaccine campaign #ProtectYourHoodNM, racialized disinformation, media literacy, media ownership, media justice, and so much more! We also shared our weekly vaccine equity segment and upcoming events! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
9/20/202258 minutes, 8 seconds
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9.4.22 Vaccine PSA

9.4.22 Vaccine PSA by Generation Justice
9/16/20221 minute, 37 seconds
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9.11.22 Community Updates & Jamell Sanchez Interview

This week Generation Justice we brought you a program on the KUNM Fall Pledge Drive and how to donate! Then we shared a powerful interview by GJ member and Leader for Change fellow Jamell Sanchez, who spoke about the 2022 Leaders For Change Fellowship and his passion for running! We also gave you information on the new Omicron Booster in our vaccine equity segment AND calendar events! Don’t miss us every SUNDAY @7:00 pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
9/12/202237 minutes, 14 seconds
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9.11.22 Omicron Booster PSA

9.11.22 Omicron Booster PSA by Generation Justice
9/12/20221 minute, 8 seconds
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8.28.22- Infectious Diseases Update w/ Dr. Miranda Durham!

This week on Generation Justice, we proudly featured Dr. Miranda Durham, the Medical Director of the Infectious Disease Bureau at the New Mexico Department of Health! She shared new COVID-19 information, including information on vaccinations, masks and cases, emerging infectious diseases, COVID-19 treatments, Monkeypox and more! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
8/29/202249 minutes, 13 seconds
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8.21.22 Back To School COVID 19 PSA!

8.21.22 Back To School COVID 19 PSA! by Generation Justice
8/23/20221 minute, 17 seconds
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7.31.22 Emilie De Angelis Podcast

This week on Generation Justice, we proudly featured Emilie De Angelis who presented to us about policy and gun violence. Emilie is a fourth-generation New Mexican, born in Albuquerque and a member of the grassroots movement Moms Demand Action. Moms Demand Action New Mexico highlights the importance of public safety measures and gun laws. We also shared our weekly vaccine equity segment and powerful music in honor of the many victims of gun violence! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
8/19/202251 minutes, 36 seconds
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8.7.22 Janine Jackson on Media Ownership!

This week on Generation Justice, we proudly featured an incredible presentation on mis and disinformation and media inequity from Janine Jackson! Janine is the program director of FAIR, a 1986 media watch group & is also the host and producer of the weekly program, Counterspin! Counterspin is a program that highlights the shortcomings of corporate media and technology! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
8/19/202258 minutes, 57 seconds
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7.17.22- Social Determinants of Health!

This week on Generation Justice, we proudly featured Dolores Roybal and Enrique Cardiel, who told us about the role social determinants play in our community, and more! Dolores is a native northern New Mexican, who has extensive experience in the nonprofit and philanthropic sector, including her 15 year old leadership role as executive director of Con Alma Health Foundation. Enrique has been a public health worker for the last 18 years and is currently the Executive Director for the Bernalillo County Community Health Council, which strives to improve the health and well-being of all Bernalillo County residents. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
8/12/202251 minutes, 27 seconds
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7.31.22 COVID 19 PSA

7.31.22 COVID 19 PSA by Generation Justice
8/12/20221 minute, 43 seconds
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7.24.22 COVID 19 Updates BA5

7.24.22 COVID 19 Updates BA5 by Generation Justice
8/12/20221 minute, 20 seconds
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6.19.22 COVID 19 Info PSA

6.19.22 COVID 19 Info PSA by Generation Justice
6/27/202255 seconds
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6.5.22 COVID - 19 PSA

6.5.22 COVID - 19 PSA by Generation Justice
6/27/20221 minute, 35 seconds
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5.29.22 COVID 19 PSA

5.29.22 COVID 19 PSA by Generation Justice
6/27/202240 seconds
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5.22.22 Vaccine Equity

5.22.22 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
6/27/20221 minute, 32 seconds
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6.19.22- COVID-19 Therapeutics & Not Your Papis Podcast!

This week on Generation Justice, we featured Courtney Lovato, a New Mexican Pharmacist who currently works with the New Mexico Department of Health. She shared about COVID-19, the history of vaccines, the availability of vaccines, and more! We also brought you the voice of GJ alumni, Carmen Gallegos, who told us about her Podcast, “Not Your Papis,” alongside Laura Ordonez. “Not Your Papis” discusses the commonalities between satire, politics, and women! THEN we shared important community announcements, our weekly vaccine equity segment and great tunes! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
6/27/202252 minutes, 30 seconds
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6.12.22- Dr Miranda Durham COVID-19 Updates!

This week on Generation Justice, we featured an important and crucial interview with Dr. Miranda Durham. She shared about COVID-19 therapeutics, efficacy of vaccines, the importance of masking, Long Covid, and more! Dr. Durham is a family physician with more than 20 years of experience! She is the Northwest Region Health Officer and the planning chief for the COVID-19 Vaccine and Testing team! THEN brought you an important segment on gun violence and mental health! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
6/27/202233 minutes, 35 seconds
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Dr. Miranda Durham Interview

Dr. Miranda Durham Interview by Generation Justice
6/27/202222 minutes, 12 seconds
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Pharmacist Courtney Lovato Interview

Pharmacist Courtney Lovato Interview by Generation Justice
6/27/202225 minutes, 44 seconds
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5.29.22- Celebrating 2022 Graduates & Interview with Food Corps NM!

This week on Generation Justice, we spoke with Alicia Chavez, Associate Director of Food Corps New Mexico, Alheli Caton Garcia, from La Plazita Institute and Mali Nichols-Byll, FoodCorps Service Member at Albuquerque Public Schools. They shared about the new positions opening at Food Corps, about food insecurity and more! We shared the amazing voices of all 2022 graduates ranging from 12th grade to Law school level! THEN we brought you some of the amazing upcoming Pride events! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
6/2/202246 minutes, 50 seconds
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5.22.22- Nature Ninos New Mexico!

This week on Generation Justice, we spoke with Youth Program Director, Sarah Candelaria, and Project Manager, Laura Lewis, from Nature Ninos New Mexico! Nature Ninos reaches underserved children and families in the Albuquerque area to connect with public lands and have meaningful personal connections with the natural world! Sarah and Laura also told us about their new 2022 Outdoor Adventure Camp during the summer as well as other opportunities to look forward to! THEN we shared a segment on vaccine equity and important community announcements! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
5/25/202229 minutes, 17 seconds
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5.1.22 COVID 19 PSA

5.1.22 COVID 19 PSA by Generation Justice
5/16/20221 minute, 7 seconds
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4.24.22 COVID 19 PSA

4.24.22 COVID 19 PSA by Generation Justice
5/13/20221 minute, 41 seconds
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Interview with NM Infectious Disease Bureau Chief Dan Burke

What do you know about long COVID? Is the deadly and disabling pandemic over? Infectious Disease Bureau Chief Dan Burke speaks about the importance of getting up to date with your vaccinations and so much more.
5/10/202214 minutes, 38 seconds
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5.8.22- COVID 19 Interview with Chief Burke & Mother's Day!

This week we bring you COVID 19 UPDATES! Infectious Disease Bureau Chief Dan Burke speaks about vaccine equity, long COVID, the importance of getting vaccinated and more… And we celebrate Mother’s Day with messages of gratitude to all the mother figures in our lives… Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
5/10/202237 minutes, 22 seconds
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4.24.22- Community Events, Ramadan, Vaccine Equity!

This week on Generation Justice, we spoke with Farah Nousheen and Emma Hotz of the Asian American Pacific Islander Resource Center at UNM. The AAPIRC Ribbon Cutting is happening on April 28th at 2PM! Karen Cathey from LRU and Diego Renteria of MECHA de UNM tell us everything about the upcoming La Raza Unida Youth Conference on Chicanidad in the 21st century. Happening from April 29th to May 1st! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
4/25/202246 minutes, 55 seconds
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4.17.22 Vaccine Equity Segment/ Get Up To Date!

4.17.22 Vaccine Equity Segment/ Get Up To Date! by Generation Justice
4/18/20221 minute, 3 seconds
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4.10.22 Vaccine Equity PSA

4.10.22 Vaccine Equity PSA by Generation Justice
4/11/20222 minutes, 9 seconds
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4.10.22- Afromundo Interview: 2022 Shared Roots Festival!

This week on Generation Justice, we learn from Founder and Executive Director of Afromundo, Loida Maritza Pérez AND 18-year-old artist, Lauryn Mills-Bohannon, creator of the Afromundo Logo!! They tell us everything about the upcoming Festival Shared Roots! Is it time to get your booster? We also bring you our weekly Vaccine equity segment. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
4/11/202249 minutes, 33 seconds
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4.3.22 Vaccine Equity PSA

4.3.22 Vaccine Equity PSA by Generation Justice
4/8/20222 minutes, 54 seconds
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EITC NM Youth Montage

EITC NM Youth Montage by Generation Justice
4/6/202215 minutes, 37 seconds
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4.3.22- NM Youth Voices on the Earned Income Tax Credit

How can a $1,500 tax credit impact young people? This week Generation Justice asks youth their thoughts about the Earned Income Tax Credit! Deneisha Thompson of the EITC Funder’s Network also explained that if you worked last year, were 19-24 years old, and made $21,000 or less - then the government might OWE you up to $1,500, even if you have never filed taxes before! Catch us every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
4/4/202243 minutes, 26 seconds
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3.27.22 Vaccine Equity

3.27.22 Vaccine Equity by Generation Justice
4/1/20222 minutes, 33 seconds
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3.27.22- Earned Income Tax Credit Interview w/ Deneisha Thompson!

Young folks who are trying to make ends meet deserve some extra cash! Generation Justice discusses the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) with Deneisha Thompson, Senior Associate of the EITC Funder’s Network! Denisha spoke about the EITC and encourages that if you worked last year, were 19-24 years old, and made $21,000 or less - go to GetYourRefund.org to find out if you qualify! Be sure sure to listen in every SUNDAY @7PM on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
3/29/202240 minutes, 39 seconds
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3.20.22 Vaccine And Booster Information English and Spanish

3.20.22 Vaccine And Booster Information English and Spanish by Generation Justice
3/22/20222 minutes, 23 seconds
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3.6.22 COVID 19 Vaccine, Masks And Testing Info

3.6.22 COVID 19 Vaccine, Masks And Testing Info by Generation Justice
3/22/20221 minute, 50 seconds
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2.27.22 COVID 19 Vaccine And Testing Info

2.27.22 COVID 19 Vaccine And Testing Info by Generation Justice
3/22/20221 minute, 5 seconds
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2.13.22 COVID 19 Vaccine And Testing Information

2.13.22 COVID 19 Vaccine And Testing Information by Generation Justice
3/22/20222 minutes, 28 seconds
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2.6.22 COVID 19 Vaccine & Testing Info

2.6.22 COVID 19 Vaccine & Testing Info by Generation Justice
3/22/20221 minute, 27 seconds
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1.30.22 Booster And Testing

1.30.22 Booster And Testing by Generation Justice
3/22/20222 minutes, 49 seconds
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3.13.22- La Burquenita & Women's History Month

This week, Generation Justice proudly features seventeen year old poet, Sarita Sol Gonzalez, also known as “La Burquenita '' a Chicana, and feminst, born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Sarita is currently having health issues so family members Mercedez Holtry and Brandy Montano, shared fundraising efforts where community members can help support Sarita and the Gonzalez family! AND we shared a power packed interview with Interim Director, Aine McCarthy and Program Specialist, Cailtin Henke at UNM Women’s Resource Center about resources for women in the community! Catch us every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
3/14/202258 minutes, 3 seconds
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3.6.22- Jessica Helen Lopez & International Women's Day Commentary

This week on Generation Justice, we proudly featured Albuquerque Poet Laureate, Emeritus, Jessica Helen Lopez who spoke about International Womens’ Day and remarkable women throughout history! Jessica is a New Mexico Humanities Council Chautauqua Scholar, and the author of five collections of poetry! Then, GJ member Gianna Ramirez, shared her knowledge on International Womens’ Day along with her experience and identity as a Chicana! We also shared notable information on COVID-19 vaccine and boosters! Catch us every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
3/8/202248 minutes, 27 seconds
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2.13.22- Interview w/ Sachi Watase from NMAFC

This Sunday, we spoke with Sachi Watase, the Executive Director of the New Mexico Asian Family Center, about their incredible work! Sachi is from Albuquerque, New Mexico and has received her Bachelor of Arts from Pitzer College in Claremont, California! She has also co-founded organizations that coordinated services and programming for survivors of sexual assault. NMAFC was founded in 2006 and addresses the lack of culturally and linguistically tailored services for the state's Pan-Asian community. We also shared details on COVID-19 and upbeat songs! Be sure to catch us live every Sunday @ 7PM!
2/14/202238 minutes, 10 seconds
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1.16.22- Interview with Josh Horton

GJ family member Josh Horton, speaks about storytelling and his passion for acting! Josh is a SAG AFTRA actor and storyteller born and raised in the South Valley of Albuquerque, New Mexico! We also shared a fantastic two part poem by Josh himself entitled “Weedz” and authentic music! Be sure to catch us live every Sunday @ 7PM!
2/7/202244 minutes, 18 seconds
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2.6.22- Jamell Sanchez & Ivan Torres

This Sunday, we spoke with Jamell Sanchez and Ivan Torres who spoke about their achievements and contributions to their community! Jamell is a citizen of the Pueblo of San Felipe, currently attending V. Sue Cleveland High School as a senior, and has a long-lasting love for cross country. Ivan works in policy change as a Campaign Manager for Laura Olivas running for the U.S. House of Representatives, Director of Students For Policy Change and more! THEN we highlighted information on COVID-19 and shared excellent music to sway to! Be sure to catch us live every Sunday @ 7 PM!
2/7/202235 minutes, 57 seconds
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1.30.22- Food, Farm & Hunger with Kendal Chavez

GJ speaks with Kendal Chavez, the Food and Hunger Coordinator for the Office of Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham. Her passion has led her to spend the last decade working in New Mexico's local food system. We also offered essential COVID-19 vaccine and testing info! Be sure to catch us live every Sunday @ 7PM!
1/31/202235 minutes, 6 seconds
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1.23.22- Interview with Jennifer Nanez on Historical Trauma

This Sunday, we spoke with Jennifer Nanez, a Tribal member of the Pueblo of Acoma who shared her knowledge on Historical Trauma and how it affects our lives! Jennifer has been in the social work and education fields for over 25 years with an emphasis on serving American Indian communities! Join your family and loved ones and listen to excellent music! Be sure to catch us live every Sunday @ 7PM!
1/24/202249 minutes, 57 seconds
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1.9.22- Elena Giacci & T4B Bus Pass Victory!

Generation Justice brings you a program on community change through love and action! Tune into two interviews including Elena Giacci sharing her vital research on “Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence, Reproductive Coercion, and Reproductive Health Among American Indian and Alaska Native Women"! AND David Grubbs, who works extensively with Together for Brothers and highlights their profoundly successful Zero Fares Initiative! Catch us live on 89.9 KUNM every Sunday at 7PM OR stream on KUNM.org! 📻
1/11/202243 minutes, 52 seconds
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11.21.21- Interview with Alan Wagman and GJ Gratitude

This week on Generation Justice, we uplifted gratitude and education! We featured our youth producers, staff, interns, and community members, who all shared beautiful messages of love, gratitude and thanks to the people in their lives! Also, we uplifted Alan Wagman who broke down the NMPED’s proposed social studies standards for us. Don’t forget to catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
11/22/202139 minutes, 51 seconds
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11.14.21- Sayre Key-Towne Interview

This week on Generation Justice, we featured a heartwarming interview and music by an incredibly talented artist and a GJ Alumni, Sayre Key-Towne. Sayre shared about his musical journey, his band, “Kidplastic and the Girlfriend” and more! And don’t forget to catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
11/16/202132 minutes, 36 seconds
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10.31.21- Día De Los Muertos Event by Warehouse 508 & NM Elections with OLE NM

On Sunday 10/31, we featured Crystal Zamora and Roberto Reyes from Warehouse 508 and Jay Wilson and Jose Garcia from OLE NM! Warehouse 508 shared about Dia De Los Muertos, honoring our ancestors, and their upcoming event: Fotos y Recuerdos, on Saturday, on November 6th! Meanwhile, OLE discussed the importance of this year’s election in New Mexico and shared valuable voting resources with our community! And be sure to catch us live every Sunday @ 7PM!
11/1/202138 minutes, 4 seconds
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10.10.21- Indigenous People's Day!

OUR PODCAST IS READY!! This week on Generation Justice, we featured Regis Pecos and Christine Sims, two indigenous elders, who spoke about Indigenous People’s Day and what it means to them! Regis Pecos is a citizen of the Pueblo de Cochiti and is currently the Co-Director and Co-Founder of the Leadership Institute at Santa Fe Indian School. Christine Sims is a member of the Acoma Pueblo and specializes in Indigenous language revitalization and maintenance issues. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
10/12/20211 hour, 16 minutes, 15 seconds
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10.3.21- Palestine, Memories, Love, & History!

Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org! This week on Generation Justice, we featured Izzaddine Mustafa, a Palestinian Creative, Story Teller, and long-time Generation Justice member and Mutazz Jaber, a 16-Year-old Palestinian American and community organizer. Both of them shared a little bit about the history of Palestine and their perspectives on being Palestinians! We also shared amazing music selected by our guests! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
10/12/202135 minutes, 45 seconds
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9.26.21- Anaya Lecture on the Literature of the Southwest

This week on Generation Justice, we featured Dr. Melina Vizcaíno-Alemán who spoke about her work with Rudolfo Anaya and of The Tenth Annual Rudolfo and Patricia Anaya Lecture on the Literature of the Southwest, featuring Joy Harjo. Joy Harjo graduated with a BA from the English Department at the University of New Mexico, where Rudolfo Anaya taught for nearly two decades! We also featured incredibly talented poets! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
10/1/202149 minutes, 31 seconds
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9.5.21- Critical Race Theory Interns Presentation

This week on Generation Justice, we aired our media justice interns presentation on Critical Race Theory❗Zain Dixon, Gianna Ramirez, and Saviana Moya educated listeners on what CRT is, its background, its controversy, and importance. There is still time to listen! Click the link below now! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
9/7/202130 minutes, 39 seconds
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8.29.21- #RaceAnd: OurPresentOurFuture Virtual Conference!

This week on Generation Justice, we featured Tiff Joy, Gianna Ramirez, Hiba Elyass, Saviana Moya, and Elijah Cage! All spoke about #RaceAnd: Our Present Our Future, a virtual youth summit from Race Forward that centers the racial justice work of Black & Indigenous! Be sure to register for #RaceAnd today at raceand.raceforward.org PLUS catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
8/31/202142 minutes, 48 seconds
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8.15.21-Disinformation, Misinformation, and Racialized Disinformation!

This week on Generation Justice, we featured a presentation by GJ Media Justice Interns, Jacquelyne Nguyen, Emilio Bauvallet, Elijah Cage and Mutazz Jaber on disinformation, misinformation and racialized disinformation! Also featured is Dr. Joan Donovan, Research Director of the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy, who shared her expertise on disinformation and how it affects our lives. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
8/16/202142 minutes, 10 seconds
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8.8.21- Interview with DEF-i Into the Unowned!

OUR PODCAST IS READY!! GJ had a conversation with the immensely talented musician Def-i. He shared his thoughts on optimism, perseverance, the power of music, and his new album! PLUS We shared amazing music by Def-I himself! To listen to the full songs you can just search "DEF-i" on any streaming platform! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
8/9/202142 minutes, 25 seconds
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8.1.21- Mask, Vaccine, and the COVID19 Delta Variant Myths and Truths

OUR PODCAST IS READY!!!🎉 This week on Generation Justice, we uplifted youth voices and aired our Media Justice Interns presentation on COVID-19 and the Delta Variant. Check out this informative display of youth empowerment and education in the link below. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
8/3/202125 minutes, 17 seconds
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7.18.21- NLBHA: Platica with Dr. Dolores Roybal

This week on Generation Justice, we shared a conversation between Dr. Dolores Roybal and Fred Sandoval through the “National Latino Behavioral Health Association”. They discuss Latino wellbeing during Covid-19.❤️ Check out our podcast from the link below. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org! This week on Generation Justice, we shared a conversation between Dr. Dolores Roybal and Fred Sandoval through the “National Latino Behavioral Health Association”. They discuss Latino wellbeing during Covid-19.❤️ Check out our podcast from the link below. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
7/19/202158 minutes, 51 seconds
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7.11.21- 2021 Media Justice Interns!

This week on Generation Justice, we introduced 10 members of our 2021 Cultivating Leaders cohort through personal introductions about their experiences in the internship, GJ core values they identify with, and more. They also shared special musical selections for you to hear! Check out our podcast . Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
7/12/202124 minutes, 1 second
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4.18.21 Interview With Rabia Khan

4.18.21 Interview With Rabia Khan by Generation Justice
7/2/202125 minutes, 51 seconds
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6.13.21- History of Pride Month!

This week on Generation Justice, we aired an insightful interview about the history of pride month with Marshall Martinez, the Executive Director at Equality New Mexico, and a powerful commentary about coming out, by long time GJ member, Jaron Kie. This production is still available for you to hear now! Click the link below or in our bio and catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
6/15/202142 minutes, 52 seconds
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5.23.21- GJ Youth Perspectives!

This week on Generation Justice, we celebrated youth voices in a production of commentaries written and performed by GJ youth. They discussed a range of topics and issues that they are passionate about. You can still listen to this empowering production using our podcast, click the link in our bio or below. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
5/24/202134 minutes, 56 seconds
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5.9.21- 2021 Mother's Day Messages

This week on Generation Justice, we discussed the power of mothers.❣️ Youth commentaries and specially chosen music helped GJ youth celebrate their moms and we invited you all to do the same! 😍 There is still time to listen to this heartfelt production. Click the link below or in our bio to hear more and catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
5/10/202133 minutes, 43 seconds
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4.25.21- The Rudolfo Anaya Radio Tribute: A Celebration of Poets

This week on Generation Justice, we aired the Rudolfo Anaya Tribute: A Celebration of Poets in partnership with the Spoken Word hour. This two-hour production full of laughter, tears, and love was hosted by Roberta Rael and poets include Tanaya Winder, Hakim Bellamy, Levi Romero, Michelle Otero, and Damien Flores. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00 pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
4/27/20211 hour, 58 minutes, 2 seconds
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4.18.21- COVID-19 Vaccines & Earth Day

This week on Generation Justice, we spoke with Rabia Khan, a research assistant at UNM’s Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology.🙌 She spoke about the vaccine development for COVID-19 as well as vaccine misconceptions! AND GJ celebrated the 51st anniversary of Earth Day by airing a conversation with Arturo Sandoval, a native New Mexican, lifelong activist, and an organizer behind the first Earth Day! 🌎 Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
4/19/202143 minutes, 18 seconds
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Rabia Interview DRAFT Wav

Rabia Interview DRAFT Wav by Generation Justice
4/6/202122 minutes, 21 seconds
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Arturo Sandoval Earth Day Interview

Arturo Sandoval Earth Day Interview by Generation Justice
4/6/202112 minutes, 32 seconds
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3.28.21- Tenemos Voz: Latino Peer Recovery Platica by the NLBHA

OUR PODCAST IS READY!! GJ shared a plática/discussion about Latino Peer Recovery from the National Latino Behavioral Health Association, (NLBHA). This plática was moderated by NLBHA Executive Director Fred Sandoval and Associate Director Maxine Henry. 🎤 They spoke with Melisha Montano and Nathan Lawson, from the Office of Peer Recovery and Engagement. Each shared their lived experiences and perspectives on long-term recovery! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00 pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
3/29/202159 minutes
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3.14.21- Self Care Youth Roundtable & Commentary

This week on Generation Justice, we aired a youth roundtable on self care, discussed from a race equity lens. Youth explored the access issues that exist within self care and shared how they have grown during this pandemic. We also shared a commentary about the inequities of self care, presented and written by GJ member Lily Luchau; PLUS- powerful youth-selected music ALL about self care! 💯 We hope that this show inspired you to reflect on your own understanding of self care and it’s accessibility! Be sure to catch us live: every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
3/15/202135 minutes, 14 seconds
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Jaron Kie Coming Out Commentary Wav

Jaron Kie Coming Out Commentary Wav by Generation Justice
3/8/20216 minutes, 5 seconds
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2.28.21- Raashan Ahmad & Black Story/ Black Song

This week on Generation Justice, we proudly feature Raashan Ahmad, a label owner, producer, emcee, DJ, promoter and an evolving vocalist. Let’s celebrate Black history as GJ member Elijah Cage sits down with Raashan for a discussion about his special project, “Black Story / Black Song.” ✨ This project is an incredible program made to evolve our understanding of the Black Experience and the contributions of African Americans. To watch the full Black Story/ Black Song Video, visit earthseedblackarts.org Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
3/1/202158 minutes, 54 seconds
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2.14.21- Jonquilyn Hill & Through the Cracks Podcast

This week on Generation Justice, we spoke with Jonquilyn Hill, broadcast journalist and longtime GJ member. We’ll hear segments of Jonquilyn’s work - from her early days at Generation Justice up to her new podcast, “Through the Cracks.” Her current project looks at gaps in our society and how they factored into the 2014 disappearance of Relisha Rudd. ➡️ don't forget to SUBSCRIBE to “Through the Cracks” https://wamu.org/show/through-the-cracks/ Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
2/15/202149 minutes, 55 seconds
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2.7.21- Mental Health, Wellness & Indigenous Communities

This week on Generation Justice, we spoke with advocates for mental health support in Native communities of New Mexico, Teresa Gomez, Suzanne Pearlman, Connie O'Marra, and Jennifer S. Nanez. Listen to our podcast to hear the full version of our interviews with these valuable guests! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
2/8/20211 hour, 8 minutes, 37 seconds
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Mental Health & Wellness

Mental Health & Wellness by Generation Justice
2/5/202129 minutes, 40 seconds
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Mental Health and Wellness & Indigenous Communities

Mental Health and Wellness & Indigenous Communities by Generation Justice
2/5/202132 minutes, 30 seconds
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11.19.06 Jonquilyn's Intro YR

11.19.06 Jonquilyn's Intro YR by Generation Justice
2/4/20212 minutes, 17 seconds
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Lavar Burton & Jonquilyn

Lavar Burton & Jonquilyn by Generation Justice
2/4/20215 minutes, 17 seconds
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Jena 6

Jena 6 by Generation Justice
2/4/20211 minute, 31 seconds
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1.24.21- 2021 Inauguration Highlights

This week Generation Justice recaps Inauguration Day with President Biden's acceptance speech and the swearing in of our first black Asian and female Vice President, Kamala Harris. We also featured other historic moments: a piece from the first National Youth Poet Laureate, along with J Lo’s inaugural performance of “This Land is Your Land” and Reverend. Dr Silvester Beaman’s inauguration benediction. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
1/25/202148 minutes, 2 seconds
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1.17.21- Voices and Perspectives on Democracy

This week on Generation Justice, we explored democracy and how it is expressed through music, poetry, speeches, and interviews. We featured the voices of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, Grace Lee Boggs, John Trudell, Kamala Harris, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Leonard Cohen, and of course, our youth! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
1/18/202131 minutes, 2 seconds
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11.1.20- Youth Roundtable w/ U.S Senator Martin Heinrich

This week on Generation Justice, we share a roundtable with Senator Martin Heinrich. Youth speakers include Gianna Ramirez, Kyle Gonzales, Antonio Garcia, & Janelle Astorga-Ramos, our guest with Learning Alliance NM and Common Cause NM. Tune in for Sen. Heinrich’s responses on climate change, impacts of Covid-19 in Native communities, the Supreme Court, & Voter Suppression! Thank you to our moderator Nicole Baty! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
11/2/202045 minutes, 17 seconds
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Youth Roundtable W/ U.S Senator Martin Heinrich

Generation Justice welcomes Senator Martin Heinrich to a youth-led discussion on issues NM youth are invested in. Hear from Antonio Garcia, Gianna Ramirez, Kyle Gonzales, and our guest with Learning Alliance NM and Common Cause NM, Janelle Astorga-Ramos! COVID-19, Voter suppression, the Supreme Court, & Climate Change are all on the table in this powerful discussion moderated by GJ alum, Nicole Baty!
11/2/202039 minutes, 38 seconds
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Dr. Joan Donovan Interview

Dr. Joan Donovan is the Research Director of the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School. Dr. Donovan leads the field in examining internet and technology studies, online extremism, media manipulation, and disinformation campaigns. This week on Generation Justice, we spoke with Dr. Donovan about disinformation, media manipulation, and the intersection between social media, capitalism and power.
10/26/202023 minutes, 11 seconds
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10.25.20- Dr. Joan Donovan & Mary Oishi

This week on Generation Justice, Dr. Joan Donovan, Research Director of the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy, shares her expertise on disinformation and how it affects our lives. Then Albuquerque's Poet Laureate, Mary Oishi, reminds us of why we exercise the hard-fought right to #vote through poetry!🗳️ Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
10/26/202041 minutes, 39 seconds
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10.18.20- NMPIRG Civic Engagement Panel

This week on Generation Justice, we learned about the importance of voting and engaging with the 2020 election! Tune in and enjoy the Civic Engagement Event hosted by NMPIRG. We heard from Aaliyah Quintana, President of UNM Pre Law Society; Joe StaRrs, Communication & Journalism Track Director of the Fund for American Studies; Mia Amin, ASUNM President; RodneyBowe, Director of the UNM Men of Color Initiative; Madeline Pukite, UNM Student & Writer for The Daily Lobo; and Sean Floyd; CEO of Nomadic Solutions Political Consulting & Adjunct Professor at George Washington University. Thank you to Andrew Shumman, Campus Relations Coordinator of NMPIRG for moderating this discussion! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
10/19/202057 minutes, 16 seconds
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Vote 2020 - Young Adult Panel on Voting in 2020

Vote 2020 - Young Adult Panel on Voting in 2020 by Generation Justice
10/7/202025 minutes, 37 seconds
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10.4.20- Healing New Mexico

OUR PODCAST IS READY!! This week on Generation Justice, we spoke to Dr. Julie Zuniga and Maria Brazil from Kalpulli Izkalli and Medicine for the People, by the People all about their 10- Year Anniversary event celebrating traditional medicine. Then we heard from local artist and mental health therapist, Antonia Montoya, also known as “Alonerly”, about her new album, “Among”. Then we shared important voter deadlines and information for voting in New Mexico! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
10/6/202049 minutes, 18 seconds
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9.27.20- Youth Voting and Civic Engagement Panel & Suicide Prevention

This week on Generation Justice, we spoke to Megan McCormick, and Gaby Pineda from BTS New Mexico and learned more about what we can do to spread awareness about suicide prevention. We also had an amazing panel with wonderful youth voices GJ’s very own Barbara Ramirez, Kyle Gonzales, Moderator Luna Olavarría Gallegos, and Austin Weahkee of NAVAEP and NMnativeVote about the importance of Youth Voting and Civic Engagement. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
9/28/202050 minutes, 59 seconds
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Vote 2020 - Karuna Koppula, Voter Participation Center

Vote 2020 - Karuna Koppula, Voter Participation Center by Generation Justice
9/25/202017 minutes, 12 seconds
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Vote 2020 - Sec. of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver

Vote 2020 - Sec. of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver by Generation Justice
9/25/202025 minutes, 3 seconds
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Vote 2020 - NMPIRG New Voters Project (9.20.20)

This week on Generation Justice, we spoke to Andrew Schumann and Irene Andrews, members of NMPIRG UNM and freshmen at UNM, with the goal of increasing voter registration. They shared their upcoming Civic Engagement Event and their New Voters Project with our listeners. Additionally, our community calendar highlighted census and voter information for New Mexicans. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
9/21/202028 minutes, 6 seconds
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Census 2020 - Nichole Rogers, African American Complete Count Committee

Census 2020 - Nichole Rogers, African American Complete Count Committee by Generation Justice
9/17/202016 minutes, 59 seconds
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9.13.20- Voting & Census Information

OUR PODCAST IS READY!! This week on Generation Justice, we learned all about voting and the 2020 Census! Secretary of State, Maggie Toulouse Oliver, identified misleading narratives about voting by mail and upcoming deadlines all New Mexican voters should know. Nichole Rogers, the founder of the Welstand Foundation and co-chair of the African American Complete Count Committee shared crucial information about the 2020 Census. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
9/14/202051 minutes, 46 seconds
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Census 2020 - New Mexico Asian Family Center & El Centro de Igualdad y Derechos

Census 2020 - New Mexico Asian Family Center & El Centro de Igualdad y Derechos by Generation Justice
9/10/202015 minutes, 11 seconds
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9.6.20- Race History & Healing 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 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
9/8/20207 minutes, 35 seconds
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8.30.20- Karuna Koppula: Voting Information

This week on Generation Justice, we learned about efforts to ensure everyone's voice & vote is counted in the upcoming election. 🗳️💙The Deputy Director for Program and Partnerships at the @voterparticipationcenter, Karuna Koppula, spoke with us about their work to mobilize voters in the Rising American Electorate. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
8/31/202017 minutes, 48 seconds
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8.23.20 - Operation Legend Town hall

This week on Generation Justice, we learned from “Operation Legend Town Hall.'' In this panel, we hear about the threat that Operation Legend poses to our rights and liberties, how it can impact our community, and the perspectives of legal advocates and community organizers regarding this federal operation. The panel featured: Pamelya Herndon, Exec. Director & CEO of KWH Law Center; NM State Representative Moe Maestas; Jim Harvey, Exec. Director of ABQ Center of Peace & Justice; and, Torri Jacobus, managing Assistant City Attorney & Director of CABQ Office of Civil Rights (OCR). The panel is moderated by Devont’e Kurt Watson. The Operation Legend Town Hall was organized by Devon’te Kurt Watson and Nichole Rogers and was originally broadcasted online. You can find more information here: https://bit.ly/2En1Atu Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
8/24/202053 minutes, 42 seconds
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Census 2020 - Moving Arts Espanola & NAVA Education Project

This week on Generation Justice, we heard from Brayan Moreno and Lavina Gray, two young artists from Moving arts Espanola, about their Census campaign and getting participation in Espanola and the Surrounding communities! And from Ahtza Dawn Chavez, Executive Director of NAVA Education Project about making Native voices heard in the 2020 Census. Ahtza gave us an insight as to the detrimental consequences of Native communities not participating. Tune in and Fill Out the Census! Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
8/17/202041 minutes, 50 seconds
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Interview with Yolanda Montoya-Cordova from APS

This week on GJ we spoke to Yolanda Montoya-Cordova, Secretary of the APS Board of Education, on the changes that this fall semester holds for APS parents and students regarding schools re-opening.
8/10/202020 minutes, 4 seconds
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8.9.20- ACLUNM & APS School Re-entry Plan

This week on Generation Justice, we learned from Leon Howard, Legal Director for ACLU-NM about the effects of"Operation Legend" in New Mexico. We also heard from Yolanda Montoya-Cordova, The APS Board Secretary for Education on what parents and students of APS schools should expect when it comes to the reopening of schools this upcoming Fall semester! DOWNLOAD ACLU-NM's Mobile Justice App to record police and border patrol incidents, file reports, witness incidents, and learn your rights. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
8/10/202051 minutes, 29 seconds
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7.19.20- People are NOT Mascots & COVID-19 Update

This week on Generation Justice, we learned about the new cases and developments regarding NM’s response to COVID-19 and the importance of the name and mascot change of the Washington NFL football team. We spoke to the Cabinet Secretary of the Human Services Department, Dr. David Scrase. We also spoke with Amanda Blackhorse, a certified Social Worker and a Dine’ advocate against Native American mascots. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
7/20/202051 minutes, 10 seconds
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7.12.20- Native American Relief Fund & I Mask Up Campaign

This week on Generation Justice we learned from the president and CEO of New Mexico Foundation, JoAnn Melchor, she spoke about the Native American Relief Fund. Enrique Cardiel, the Executive Director of the Bernalillo County Community Health Council, spoke with us about the recent #IMaskUp campaign. Resources for Aid and testing for COVID-19 are shared through our community calendar. Catch us live on Sundays @ 7PM on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
7/13/202048 minutes, 27 seconds
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7.5.20 - Annie E. Casey Foundation: Juvenile Incarceration Reform

This week on Generation Justice, GJ Apprentice Pilar Monfiletto spoke with Danielle Lipow from the Annie E Casey Foundation about Juvenile Incarceration and the initiatives to safely reduce the number of youth, particularly youth of color, in institutions. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
7/6/202036 minutes, 53 seconds
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6.28.20- Removing Colonizer Statues & Police Brutality in ABQ

This week on Generation Justice, we learned from Aleta 'Tweety' Paisano-Suazo, a longtime and devoted community organizer from Acoma/Laguna Pueblos. She educates all listeners about the history of brutality that Juan de Oñate committed against Pueblo people. Jim Harvey, the executive director of Albuquerque Center for Peace and Justice, shares a powerful list of demands for APD on behalf of community organizers and the people of ABQ. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
6/29/202034 minutes, 48 seconds
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6.21.20- Dr. Finnie Coleman

This week on Generation Justice we shared an interview with the former director of African American studies at UNM, Dr. Finnie Coleman. We revisit this discussion now in 2020 has the Movement for Black Lives has continued to spark social uprising across the country. This interview was conducted by longtime GJ member Joshua Horton in the Summer of 2016, which saw consecutive killings of Black people at the hands of the police. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
6/22/202047 minutes, 2 seconds
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6.7.20 Uplifting Black Voices from Our Community

BLACK LIVES MATTER! This week we dedicated our program to the voices of Black and African American GJ members and community leaders. Thema Reed, Devont'e Watson, Joshua Horton, Jeremy Jones, Nicole Baty, Josh Green, Avicra Luckey, Aaron Dixon, former member of the original Black Panther Party, Zain Dixon, Aja Lujan, Elijah Cage, Hakim Bellamy, inaugural Poet Laureate for the City of Albuquerque; and Kamaria Umi shared their experience and responses to recent social uprisings and the long history of systemic racial oppression in the United States. Thank you to Jakia Fuller, a Multidisciplinary Visual Artist and long-time GJ member, for allowing us to share your powerful artwork. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
6/8/202058 minutes, 20 seconds
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5.31.20- Kerner Commission, Discrimination & Voting Suppression

This week on Generation Justice we learned from former U.S Senator Fred Harris, the last remaining member of the Kerner Commission, established by President Lyndon Johnson to investigate the causes of social unrest of 1967. We will also share a debate from NPR’s All things Considered about the discrimination black men face in public spaces. This segment was produced by long-time GJ member Jason Fuller… and a special interview conducted by our good friends at “CounterSpin” about voting suppression in America. All of this tonight 5/31 on 89.9 KUNM at 7:00pm or stream on KUNM.org! (Original collage by multimedia artist Damon Davis created to mark the 50th Anniversary of the Kerner Commission Report.)
6/1/202051 minutes, 18 seconds
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5.24.20- Voter Info & Celebrating Ramadan

This week on GJ we learned important voter information from Austin Weahkee, the Political Director for NM Native Vote. This weekend marked the end of Ramadan and the start of Eid! We’ shared one of our favorite conversations with elder Sahibzada Muzaffar-Uddin, who talked about the meaning and importance of the holy month of Ramadan. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
5/26/202027 minutes, 30 seconds
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5.17.20- Honoring 2020 Graduates

This week on Generation Justice, we celebrate 2020 Graduates! from elementary all the way to Master’s levels. Congratulations to Violet Hamilton, Gianna Ramirez, Zaid Zeyaee, Milian Cordova, Jaime Martinez Gibson, Jeremiah Hodgkins, Mikeah Merry, Kyle Gonzales, Shantel Alonzo, Jazlin Limas, and Cecilia Frescas. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
5/18/202041 minutes, 36 seconds
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Mother's Day Over the Years

In celebration of Mothers and Chosen Mothers, GJ shared some of the beautiful message of love and gratitude from members collected over the years. Tune in to hear messages from young people who celebrate all the ways that mothers and mother figures have shaped and blessed their lives. As always, catch GJ live every Sunday on 89.9 KUNM FM, or stream us on KUNM.org!
5/13/202041 minutes, 6 seconds
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Amber Wallin, New Mexico Voices for Children

Media Justice Intern, Milian Cordova, speaks with Deputy Director of New Mexico Voices for Children, Amber Wallin. Tune in to hear this discussion on the New Mexico Kids Count Date released in early 2020.
5/7/202013 minutes, 19 seconds
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Nicholas Vottero, City of Albuquerque

Listen to Media Justice Intern, Milian Cordova, speak with Nicholas Vottero, Civic Engagement Coordinator for the City of Albuquerque. Nicholas speaks about a new online platform for volunteers across the city to log their hours and turn them into federal aid for COVID 19 relief.
5/7/202016 minutes, 15 seconds
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5.3.20- Youth Mental Health during Covid-19

How can parents and families support their youth while at home during the pandemic? This week on Generation Justice Long time GJ member Pilar Monfiletto spoke with Dr. Amy Rouse, Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science and Dr. Kristina Sowar Assistant Professor and Attending Psychiatrist in the departments of General, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry from UNM. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
5/5/202038 minutes, 28 seconds
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Best of 2009!

Tune in for amazing pieces of youth-produced radio from 2008! Hear GJ youth-produced interviews, poetry readings, PSAs, and commentaries.
5/1/20201 hour, 2 seconds
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Spirituality & Social Justice: the Reverend Daniel Erdman

From September of 2013, the Social Justice and Spirituality series was created by Lucia Martinez. She was inspired by her own struggles to balance spirituality with her passion for activism and social justice. Lucia sought out people who she felt managed to unify both these aspects of their lives for this series, people like Daniel Erdman. Tune in to hear this inspiring and uplifting discussion. We hope you find wisdom, solace, and solidarity in his words.
4/22/202031 minutes, 9 seconds
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4.5.20- Covid-19 Update & Youth Perspective

This week on Generation Justice, GJ member Sunandita Santhanam spoke with the Deputy Director of the Department of Family and Community Services, Gilbert Ramirez, about the City of Albuquerque‘s response in resources and planning for housing, healthcare, food, childcare, and more during these times. Generation Justice Youth media producers shared their perspective on Covid-19 and talked about the reasons why they are staying home. Catch us live every Sunday @ 7:00pm on 89.9 KUNM OR stream on KUNM.org!
4/6/202043 minutes, 20 seconds
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1.29.06 - Tracy Tram on Chinese New Year

This personal essay from Tracy Tram tells the story of how she was taught traditional ways to celebrate Chinese New Year and the symbolism behind cultural practices. Tracy brings in her mother and family to help share the traditions they celebrate during Chinese New Year. The sounds of music and cooking bring the listener into the Tram family home. This story is shared bilingually.
3/30/20203 minutes, 50 seconds
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3.25.07 Jaron Kie Coming Out

This audio essay takes listeners along as Jaron Kie shares his experience as a young person coming out to his family and their reactions. Jaron shares why it is still dangerous to come out and gives a bit of history. Jaron let's listeners know his fears, his strength, and his advice to youth who are coming ou
3/30/20205 minutes, 58 seconds
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5.10.09 - Carson Lafferty Constitution Influence

Carson Lafferty is an Indigenious young man who learned about the impact native nations had on the US Constitution. This is a commentary which takes a historical look at the hypocrisy of the narratives that US history is built on. Carson interviewed Rose E. Ball, about the longstanding political leadership and laws of the Iroquois Nations, which inspired American political leaders as they drafted the US Constitution— particularly, The Great Law of Peace. The story ends with Carson's passionate declaration of the resilience, innovation, and strength of Native people.
3/30/20207 minutes, 42 seconds
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3.29.20- Youth Radio Throwback PT. 2

This week on Generation Justice we bring back the best of 2009, Youth Radio media producer picked their favorite segments from the year 2009 in this special episode.
3/30/202053 minutes, 37 seconds
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3.22.20 - Youth Radio Throwback!

This week Generation Justice is excited to revisit an amazing episode of Youth Radio, "Best of 2006"! Tune in to hear voices from one of our first cohorts of youth producers who shared their experience after seeing poet and writer Maya Angelou; a coming out story from Jaron Kie; and, a commentary on the importance of youth radio! As always, you can catch us every SUNDAY @ 7 pm (mst) on 89.9 KUNM FM or STREAM us on KUNM.org!!
3/23/202040 minutes, 12 seconds
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2.23.20 - Roland Martin: "Never Stop Fighting!"

This week, we share the keynote address from the 2020 Black History Month Kick-Off Brunch celebrating 50 years of Africana Studies at the University of New Mexico, featuring Roland Martin. Mr. Martin is the creator and host of The Roland Martin Show, former CNN Contributor, Peabody Award Recipient and winner of two NAACP Image Awards. Don't miss this passionate and invigorating hour which speaks the truth on common historical narratives; the racism in academic curriculum; and, the responsibility of this generation to keep up the fight! As always, catch us LIVE every SUNDAY at 7 PM (mst) on KUNM.org!
2/25/202051 minutes, 36 seconds
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2.2.20 Las Mujeres Interview

This week on Generation Justice, we spoke with Angi Gonzales Carver and Diana Montoya from Las Mujeres about the Avenida Dolores Huerta Initiative. Si Se Puede!
2/3/202012 minutes, 9 seconds
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1.26.20- New Mexico's Kids Count Data

What can lawmakers do to help children in New Mexico? This week on Generation Justice, we spoke with NM Voices for Children Deputy Director, Amber Wallin, about teen/child well-being in our state and the 2019 KIDS COUNT Data Book. Each year, New Mexico Voices for Children releases the Kids Count data in preparation for the New Mexico State legislative session. Tune in to hear how our kids are doing! As always, you can catch GJ live every Sunday evening at 7 pm on 89.9 KUNM FM, or stream us on KUNM.org
1/28/202022 minutes, 39 seconds
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12.22.19- A Discussion with Gloria Tristani

This week on Generation Justice, we celebrate intergenerational learning! Youth producer Adiana Cordova speaks with Gloria Tristani, a former commissioner for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and for the New Mexico State Corporation Commission. Gloria shares about her journey to policy work; the women who helped shape her; and her advice for young women of color. "You gotta tell em', I'm smart. I'm educated. I'm committed. I'm passionate." Don't miss this and our calendar of community events! As always, you can catch GJ live EVERY SUNDAY at 7 PM (mst) on 89.9 KUNM FM or STREAM us on KUNM.org!
12/23/201928 minutes, 2 seconds
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12.8.19 - Dr. Tommy J. Curry

This week, we hear from professor Tommy J. Curry, author of the book The Man-Not: Race, Class, Genre, and the Dilemmas of Black Manhood, and Personal Chair of Africana Philosophy & Black Male Studies at the University of Edinburgh. Dr. Curry presented his work at UNM this fall as part of the Cortez Williams Lecture Series from UNM Africana Studies. Don't miss this amazing conversation! As always, catch GJ live every Sunday at 7 pm (Mst) or stream us on KUNM.org!
12/9/201935 minutes, 55 seconds
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11.24.19 - 2019 Gratitude Messages

What do you have gratitude for? This week on Generation Justice, we share the messages of gratitude, thanks, and love from our youth, staff, and community members. Tune in and feel the love! As always, GJ is LIVE every SUNDAY at 7 (Mnt) on 89.9 KUNM FM and on KUNM.org!
11/25/201925 minutes, 57 seconds
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11.3.19 - WAKE SELF

Our community woke up today to the devastating news that local NM hip hop artist Andrew Martinez​, Wake Self​ has passed. Just last week, Andrew asked that Generation Justice youth producers interview him about his new album. This is who he was. He showed up for the youth of New Mexico and he always showed love to Generation Justice fam. Andrew was light, he was love. His message and voice can move mountains. Rest in Power Wake Self. Thank you for all that you’ve done for our community. You will always be GJ Fam! Generation Justice sends our sincerest condolences to Andrew's family and our community. #WakeSelf, PRESENTE!! ✊🏼💙🌶 We'd like to share this interview with Wake Self, conducted by 13-year-old Emilio Bauvallet. We've edited the length of songs from Wake Self's new album, Ready to Live, out of respect for the incredible work that he had yet to release.
11/5/201918 minutes, 11 seconds
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11.3.19 - Community Empowerment: Hip Hop & Academia

This week, we hear from people working for social change through academia and music. First, youth producer Emilio Bauvallet sits down with Albuquerque hip-hop artist Wake Self for an exclusive introduction to his new album, Ready to Live. Wake shares the ways he's grown while making his new album and his advice for New Mexico youth! Then, we hear a presentation from Professor Marí Castañeda, Associate Dean for Equity and Inclusion at the University of Amherst Massachusetts. Professor Castañeda recently presented her research, "Civic Engagement in Diverse Latinx Communities: Learning from Social Justice Partnerships in Action," at UNM. CATCH GJ LIVE every Sunday at 7p(mt) on 89.9 KUNM FM or stream us on KUNM.org!
11/4/201951 minutes, 53 seconds
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10.27.19 - Youth Voices in Action & Author Matt Mendez

This week, GJ has updates on the upcoming APS school board election from Isabella Baker and Jacob Martinez, two youth organizers with VIA-Youth Voices in Action! And don't miss author Matt Mendez, who shares the inspiration for his latest book, Barely Missing Everything, and how important it is for young people of color to have representation in literature. Catch GJ LIVE every SUNDAY on 89.9 KUNM FM or STREAM US on KUNM.org!
10/29/201935 minutes, 55 seconds
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10.20.19 - Ericka Huggins: Spiritual Wellbeing & Social Change

This week, share the keynote address from the "2019 UNM African American Student Services Black Cultural Conference: Blackness Unchained," featuring, Ericka Huggins. Ms. Huggins is a human rights activist, a poet, an educator, a former Black Panther Party leader, and a former political prisoner. Then, stick around for a conversation with Ericka and long-time GJ member, Nicole Baty! As always, tune in LIVE every SUNDAY at 7 pm(MST) on KUNM.org!
10/22/201951 minutes
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10.13.19 - Protect #MaunaKea & The Right to Connect

This week on Generation Justice, we spoke with people who are working to educate and organize to protect the sacred Mauna Kea and Net Neutrality protections for all. We hear from Lehua Lopez, a Native Hawaiian cultural anthropologist based in Albuquerque. Lehua has taught Hawaiian culture for more than 40 years and joins us to share about the importance of Mauna Kea and how we can help. Then, Gaurav Laroia, Senior Policy Counsel for Free Press, helps us break-down the recent federal appeals court decision on Net Neutrality. As always, catch us LIVE every SUNDAY at 7p (MST) on 89.9 fm, or STREAM us on KUNM.org!
10/14/201938 minutes, 6 seconds
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9.22.19 - Democracy Dollars & Youth Civic Action

Have you heard of Burque Bucks? This week on Generation Justice, we spoke with Reina Davis and Sherele Brooks, two community organizers who shared their work for Democracy Dollars, or Burque Bucks. Albuquerque voters will make their decision on this local campaign finance proposition this November 5th. Don't miss Reina and Sherele as they share about Democracy Dollars and how youth can get involved with local politics and civic engagement! As always, you can catch us LIVE every SUNDAY at 7 pm (mst) on 89.9 KUNM FM in Albuquerque, or STREAM us on KUNM.org!
9/24/201918 minutes, 13 seconds
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9.15.19 - Suicide Prevention & GJ Travels

September is Suicide Prevention & Awareness Month. This week, we sit down with two New Mexicans who have dedicated their lives to prevention work after losing loved ones to suicide. We meet Desiree Woodland of Breaking the Silence New Mexico and Bee Chavez from the New Mexico Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. The two share their journies to prevention work and the resources available. Then! Get onboard as GJ youth producer, Peter Nguyen, helps us kick off our newest segment, GJ Travels, where our youth share their travel experiences abd lessons they learned abroad! We go LIVE every SUNDAY at 7 pm (MST) on 89.9 KUNM FM! Don't live in New Mexico? STREAM US on KUNM.org!
9/16/201940 minutes, 29 seconds
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9.1.19 Sherri Burr & The 2019 Black Culture Conference

This week on Generation Justice, we look at new narratives in black history. Professor Sherri Burr, Emertius Professor of Law at the UNM Law School, introduces her new book, Complicated Lives: Free Blacks in Virginia 1619-1865. Professor Burr shares the little-known stories of Black and Native people who were free before the Civil War. Then, we sit down with two UNM students, Devonte Watson and Dannelle Kirven, who give us the details on the 2019 Black Cultural Conference: Blackness Unchained, hosted by UNM African American Student Services. The two discuss resources available to students and shed light on the need to prioritize mental health for black students. As always, catch us LIVE every SUNDAY @ 7p (MST) on KUNM.org!
9/5/201937 minutes, 10 seconds
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7.28.19 - Rural Broadband Access & Digital Security

This week on GJ, we take a look at rural access to the digital world and how we can protect ourselves and each other online. We’ll hear from a digital security consultant who will share ways we can protect ourselves online and while using smartphones. And we learn about rural broadband access from Adhiraj 'Raj' Sen, the founder of Sentiva Networks, a rural broadband internet provider in Pecos, New Mexico. Catch LIVE every Sunday at 7 pm on 89.9 FM or Stream us on KUNM.org
7/30/201937 minutes, 11 seconds
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7.21.19 - Dream Team & community Resilience

This week we heard from members of the New Mexico Dream Team, Blanca Bañuelos and Victor Romero Hernandez, who shared about the nationwide campaign to defund ICE and CBP. Also, GJ youth share a special reading from nationally-recognized activist, Bree Newsome, to offer perspective on the events of the last couple of weeks. And, the GJ crew shares awesome community events with you! Catch us LIVE every Sunday at 7 pm (MST) on 89.9 FM or stream us on KUNM.org
7/23/201927 minutes, 52 seconds
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7.14.19 - What's Happening on NM's Southern Border?

This week we speak with award-winning journalist, Kent Paterson who shares his reporting on illegal construction of a border wall in Sunland Park New Mexico. Kent was the Editor of New Mexico State University's “Frontera NorteSur” news service from 2005 to 2016, which provided a perspective that was not commonly found in most US publications. He is also the author of the award-winning book, The Hot Empire of Chile: a history of the New Mexico chile pepper industry. Plus, don't miss our calendar of social justice and solidarity events around Albuquerque! As always catch GJ live every Sunday at 7 pm on 89.9 KUNM FM or stream us on KUNM.org! (Photo by Robert Chessey)
7/16/201924 minutes, 4 seconds
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5.26.19 - Community Events & Celebrating Dolores Huerta

This week on Generation Justice, we look at Community events and organizing that is happening right here in Albuquerque from two generations of women community organizers! We hear about the 8th Annual Family Pride Celebration from Sonja Larsen and Sara Tafoya, two youth organizers with Young Women United. Then, Angie Gonzales-Carver and Diana Montoya of Las Mujeres share with us about the social justice legacy of Dolores Huerta and the initiative to create "Avenida Dolores Huerta" in Albuquerque. As always, you can catch us live every Sunday at 7 pm on 89.9 KUNM FM or stream us on KUNM.org!
6/7/201932 minutes, 51 seconds
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5.19.19 - Curanderismo for the Community

This week we look at one way that New Mexico’s traditional healers are keeping Curanderismo, or traditional healing, practice alive and thriving for the community. This year, the 19th Annual Traditional Medicine without Borders: Curanderismo in the Southwest and Mexico course will happen at UNM. We hear from Antoinette 'Tonita' Gonzales, a curandera, and instructor of traditional healing. Along with Dr. Eliseo 'Cheo" Torres and Rita Navarrete, Tonita teaches healing practices through the UNM Curanderismo course. We will also speak with Nicole Baty and Alma Olavarria Gallegos, two long-time GJ members who took this course and shared their experiences! As always, catch us live EVERY SUNDAY at 7 PM on 89.9 KUNM FM, or on KUNM.org!
5/20/201950 minutes, 24 seconds
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5.12.19: Celebrating Islam & Ramadan

This week on Generation Justice, we learn about Ramadan, which is observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting, to commemorate the first revelation of the Quran to Muhammad. We feature a panel discussion about understanding the Islamic faith recorded at the Islamic Center of New Mexico. This panel includes speakers: Dr. Harris Zeyaee, Imam Fazail Ahmed, Abdur Rauf Campos-Marquette, Dr. Ahmed Hassan, Tova Indritz, Dr. Mariam Salas, Sabiha Quraishi, and Khaled Kassem. For a closer look at Ramadan, we hear from Sahibzada Muzaffar-Uddin about the beauty of the holiday! As always, catch us live every Sunday @ 7pm on KUNM.org!
5/14/201949 minutes, 12 seconds
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4.21.19 - Climate Justice: An Indigenous-led Discussion

This week on Generation Justice, an informative, Indigenous-led panel on Climate Justice from the 2019 Climate Justice Alliance Member Convening which happened in Albuquerque, NM. Panelists include Julia Bernal of Pueblo Action Alliance, Leona Morgan of Nuclear Issues Study Group, Juan Reynosa of SWOP, Bineshi Albert of Indigenous Environmental Network, & Congresswoman Deb Haaland. And don't miss Pueblo Action Alliance Co-Director, Reyes Devore, who shares about the work of Pueblo Action Alliance and the upcoming 3rd Annual Healing Circle on April 27th in Albuquerque. As always, you can catch GJ live every Sunday at 7pm (mst) on 89.9 KUNM FM and stream us on KUNM.org! *REMINDER: This podcast was recorded on stolen Indigenous Land*
4/23/20191 hour, 1 minute, 30 seconds
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4.7.19 - Dr. Stephanie Evans: Africana Studies & Institutional Wellness

This week! We share a lecture from the UNM Africana Studies Cortez Williams Lecture Series, featuring Dr. Stephanie Evans. Dr. Evans is Professor and Chair for the Department of African American Studies, and Africana Women's Studies and History for Clark Atlanta University. She researches Black women's intellectual history, focusing on memoirs and mental health. Dr. Evans is also Curator of Black Women’s Studies Booklist, a Digital Humanities Web Resource. She is the Editor of Black Women’s Wellness Book Series at SUNY Press. In this podcast, Dr. Evans discusses “Africana Studies and Institutional Wellness.” As always, you can catch Generation Justice live every Sunday at 7 pm on 89.9 FM in Albuquerque, or stream us on live KUNM.org!
4/8/201948 minutes, 38 seconds
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3.24.19 - Looking Back to Defend Tomorrow: Remembering U.S. Sen. Dennis Chavez & César Chávez

This week, Gloria Tristani, the granddaughter US Senator Dennis Chavez, introduces the 2019 U.S. Senator Dennis Chavez Memorial Lectureship in Law & Civil Rights : “Privacy and Civil Rights in the Age of Facebook, ICE, and the NSA” with Prof. Alvaro Bedoya. And, Alicia Lueras Maldonado and Ivan Olay of the Recuerda a César Chávez Committee speak about the 2019 César Chávez Day Marcha y Fiesta and how we can honor César! As always, don't miss GJ live every Sunday @ 7 PM on 89.9 KUNM FM or stream us live on KUNM.org!
3/26/201938 minutes, 10 seconds
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3.17.19 - Empowering & Supporting NM Students

How can we empower students in New Mexico? Take a listen as we speak to activist, educator, and founder of Tutor-Me, Sandra Akkad. Sandra shares her philosophy for teaching and empowering students. Plus, Sean Fowler and Eric Olaguir tell us about the ways University of New Mexico students can find support with UNM Men of Color Initiative (MOCI)! Don’t miss GJ live every Sunday @ 7 PM (MST) on 89.9 KUNM FM or stream us live on KUNM.org Visit our other content on Maven.RinkuSen
3/19/201946 minutes, 45 seconds
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International Women's Day

ICYMI: The podcast from Sunday is now available! We are kicking off a month of segments dedicated to the women in our community who are breaking barriers and creating impactful change for all of us. Re-visit this conversation on female-led legislation with Linda Lopez along with Christine Barber who shares the ways Street Safe is creating safe spaces for women in Albuquerque. Also, don't miss an insightful commentary from Professor Margaret Montoya who visits us from the University of New Mexico School of Law.
3/11/201956 minutes, 22 seconds
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3.3.19 Dr. Gregorio Gonzales

Generation Justice shares a lecture from the Cortez Williams Spring 2019 Lecture Series! Dr. Gregorio Gonzales, 2018-2019 University of California President’s Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Anthropology at UC Santa Barbara, discusses race, indigeneity, and blackness in U.S. borderlands.
3/4/201941 minutes, 50 seconds
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2.24.19 Consent & HB 133 SB 194 SB 400

2.24.19 Consent & HB 133 SB 194 SB 400 by Generation Justice
2/26/201937 minutes, 36 seconds
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2.10.19 Common Cause & NM Dream Team

This week, we learn about the #EducationNotDeportation campaign, multicultural education, Medicaid buy-in, college affordability act, and more from the NM Dream Team! Don’t miss an insightful conversation with Maria Perez from Common cause who talks about the Ranked Choice Voting initiative she is working on bringing to Albuquerque.
2/11/201940 minutes, 11 seconds
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2.3.19 Legislative Update & Community Calendar

Re-visit a legislative update from the Roundhouse! Citlali ‘Alex’ Tierney from FFOL Emma Jones with Learning Alliance, and Adrian Carver, from EQNM spoke to Generation Justice about the bills, memorials, and resolutions to look out for during this legislative session.
2/4/201930 minutes, 47 seconds
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1.27.19 Susan Kuklin

This week, we speak with Susan Kuklin, author of We Are Here to Stay: Voices of Undocumented Young Adults. We share a conversation around these enlightening, honest, and brave accounts that encourage open, thoughtful conversation about the complexities of immigration -- and the uncertain future of immigrants in America.
1/29/201932 minutes, 39 seconds
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NMVC Children & Youth Day 1.13.19

Check out our conversation about New Mexico Voices for Children Children and Youth Day with Brian Urban and Sharon Kayne! Don't miss a legislative packed community calendar!
1/14/201921 minutes, 15 seconds
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1.6.19 Congresswoman Deb Haaland & Richard Moore PODCAST

1.6.19 Congresswoman Deb Haaland & Richard Moore PODCAST by Generation Justice
1/10/201932 minutes, 28 seconds
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Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: Richard Moore

We continue our Standing on the Shoulders of Giants series with Richard Moore of Los Jardines Institute. Richard Moore is a nationally recognized activist and social justice leader and co-founder of Los Hardeenes Institute in Albuquerque's South Valley. Don't miss Richard as he speaks with GJ youth producer, Zain Dixon, about the lessons he's learned after dedicating his life's work for the love of the people.
1/10/201918 minutes, 23 seconds
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1.6.18 - GJ Speaks with Congresswoman Deb Haaland

We kick off our newest series of interviews with NM Elected Officials with Congresswoman Deb Haaland, one of two of the first Native American women to be elected to Congress! Congresswoman Haaland is a member of the Pueblo of Laguna and has served New Mexico through organizing for many years. In this interview, she speaks with Media Justice intern, Kenia Alonzo, about her new position and the beauty of Indigenous women supporting each other. Don't miss this segment on Congresswoman Deb Haaland's vision for New Mexico.
1/10/20197 minutes, 8 seconds
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Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: Mark Rudd

This week on Generation Justice, youth member Bianca Mitchell sat down with Mark Rudd! Mark Rudd is an organizer and nonviolent activist who has worked locally on issues of Native American land rights, nuclear, US military interventions, Palestine solidarity, unionization, environmental justice, and war and militarization. He is author of “Underground” a book about the history of his activism and occupation of five buildings at Columbia University. Tune in for a special conversation around the history and vitality of community organizing.
12/20/201822 minutes
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12.10.18: Centering Youth in Community Centers

Did you spend time at your local community center as a youth? Do you have kids who attend community center events? This week Generation Justice speaks to Cristin Chavez-Smith, Community Service Division Manager for the City of Albuquerque, who shares about the ways Albuquerque community centers are reaching out to engage young people in the city. Cristin gives us the lowdown on upcoming Youth Focus Groups happening in Albuquerque through the month of December 2018. Don't miss this chance to hear how you can engage with the community and make your voice heard! As always, you can catch Generation Justice live every Sunday at 7pm (MST)on 89.9 KUNM FM, or stream us on KUNM.org!
12/12/201823 minutes, 2 seconds
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12.2.18 "Soy The Organic Hispanic"

This week on Generation Justice, Multimedia Producer Adrian Rivas speaks to local hip-hop artist, Cesar "Soy" Montano, otherwise known as "Soy The Organic Hispanic!” Tune to this conversation around culture and all the ways New Mexico inspired this local rapper.
11/28/20181 hour, 1 second
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11.4.18 Dave Mulryan VOTE VOTE VOTE

Generation Justice hit the airwaves with an important message for all New Mexicans: VOTE VOTE VOTE! With our guest was first-time voter, Liam Paul! He spoke with Dave Mulryan, Co-Founder of Everybody Votes, they discussed the 4 million Americans who turn 18 each year and encouraging them to vote and run for office! Join us for this conversation and stick around for a VOTE VOTE VOTE! edition of our Community Calendar.
11/5/201826 minutes, 17 seconds
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10.28.18: Culture & Voting in Albuquerque

Check out our conversation with Dr. Shelle Sanchez, Director of Cultural Services from the City of Albuquerque, to hear about art, education, and entrepreneurship. GJ speaks with creator of Indigi-Con, Dr. Lee Francis who talked to us about expanding the world of superheroes. Share the podcast and the words of Austin Weahkee from NM Native Vote who gave us insight on getting through this midterm ballot.
10/30/201844 minutes, 15 seconds
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10.21.18 NM Dream Team

This week, Generation Justice met with Fernanda Banda, Denise Martinez, and Jose Luis Tinaco, of the NM Dream! They discuss re-allocating funds from private prisons in NM to better our education system through their #EducationNotDeportation Campaign. The NM Dream Team share updates from the United We Dream Congress 2018 in Miami, and details about upcoming NM Dream Team events.
10/23/201828 minutes, 2 seconds
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CESOSS 10.15.18

This week on Generation Justice, we learn about the importance of Acequias in New Mexico. Hear about the preservation work of the Center for Social Sustainable System (CESSOS) and all they do to preserve ways of life and traditions in the Valle de Atrisco (South Valley, NM) through research, advocacy, education, and policy development. We speak with Alejandria Lyons, Acequias Placemaking/Socio-Cultural Space activist and Master’s candidate in Community and Regional Planning, and Water Resources at the University of New Mexico.
10/15/201822 minutes, 55 seconds
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Beva Sanchez Padilla & Yahaira Carreras

Beva Sanchez Padilla and youth organizer, Yahaira Carreras, are both organizers with the Southwest Organizing Project and New Mexico Con Mujeres.
10/5/201817 minutes, 30 seconds
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Ron Solimon

Ron Solimon, a member of the Laguna Pueblo and former Executive Director for the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center.
10/5/201820 minutes, 1 second
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Jennifer Cornish

Jennifer Cornish, former Executive Director of Multi-Campus Operations for Central New Mexico Community College.
10/5/201819 minutes, 49 seconds
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Cathy McGill

Cathryn McGill, Founder & Director of the New Mexico Black History Organizing Committee.
10/5/201812 minutes, 48 seconds
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Alan Marks

Alan Marks, a mentor, former teacher, and co-founder of the South Valley Academy.
10/5/201815 minutes, 53 seconds
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Elena Giacci

Elena Giacci of Wiya Luta Training, an advocate for anti-domestic and anti-sexual violence, and historical trauma and oppression trainer.
10/5/201817 minutes, 42 seconds
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First Lady Elizabeth Kistin Keller

Albuquerque’s First Lady, Elizabeth Kistin Keller speaks with Generation Justice about her vision as First Lady and what shaped her initiative, the “One ABQ Challenge: Connecting Youth & Elders.”
10/5/201821 minutes, 26 seconds
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9.30.18 - One ABQ Challenge: Standing on the Shoulders of Giants Pt. III

Take a listen to our latest podcast featuring Albuquerque's First Lady, Elizabeth Kistin Keller, who fills us in on her goals as First Lady and the inspiration for her initiative, the One ABQ Challenge! Learn about the lifelong advocacy work of Elena Giacci, and about the conception of South Valley Academy and how education creates change with Alan Marks. The one ABQ Challenge is an initiative from the City of Albuquerque Mayor’s office and the First Lady to encourage cross-generational civic engagements and creativity in our community. Generation Justice is participating in the One ABQ Challenge by bringing together GJ youth media makers and Civil Rights activists here in Albuquerque! GJ youth will have the opportunity to hear the lived experiences of elders who have dedicated their lives to social justice activism in our city and share their audio histories with you. As always, you can listen to us live every Sunday at 7pm on 89.9 KUNM FM, or stream us on KUNM.org! #ThisIsABQ
10/2/201859 minutes, 59 seconds
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9.2.18 - One ABQ Challenge: Standing on the Shoulders of Giants Pt. II

This week, Generation Justice youth producers continue our series of interviews with elders in the Albuquerque community who have paved the way to justice by dedicating their lives to activism and organizing. As part of the "One Albuquerque Challenge: Connecting Youth and Elders," GJ youth interviewed Albuquerque's social justice leaders. The goal of this challenge from the city's First Lady, Elizabeth Kistin Keller and the Mayors' Office, is to have a collection of projects that reflect the creativity, the diversity, and the needs of Albuquerque. Tune in to hear from community leaders, Jennifer Cornish, retired Executive Director of Multi-Campus Operations for CNM; and Ron Solimon, owner of Solimon Business Development & Strategy, and former Executive Director for the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. Do not miss this episode filled with life lessons and advice to young leaders in Albuquerque. #ThisIsABQ#OneAlbuquerque
9/4/201845 minutes
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8.19.18: Youth Transportation Access & Cultural Exchange

This week on Generation Justice, we look at the ways that students get around, both around their city or around the world! We speak with Mahdi Hosseini and Baruch Campos of Together For Brothers, who share their work to secure bus passes for youth in Albuquerque. Then, we hear from Kathie Dodd and Athman Lali Omar from American Field Service (AFS) Intercultural Programs, about exchange programs that help student broaden their perspective and understanding of cultures. As always, you can catch Generation Justice live every Sunday at 7 pm (MST) on 89.9 KUNM FM or stream us on KUNM.org!
8/21/201835 minutes, 32 seconds
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8.5.18 Democracy Dollars

Eric Griego is State Director for the Working Families Party of New Mexico and he shares the process of transforming the electoral process through their campaign, Democracy Dollars.
8/6/201831 minutes, 1 second
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5.20.18: Youth Organizing For The Homeless & Net Neutrality

New Mexico’s homeless population is growing each year. In this podcast, we are speaking with youth who are organizing to help. We’ll hear from Reed Pike from “New Day UNITY” about their work against Albuquerque’s panhandling ordinance. And, Quincy Walker, will tell us about his new “Hydrate the Homeless” project and how people in Albuquerque can help. Finally, we got an update on Net Neutrality from Tim Karr, Senior Directo of Strategy and Communications for Free Press.
7/26/201833 minutes, 11 seconds
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7.15.18 Decolonizing Healing Practices

On this edition of Generation Justice, we explore the many ways our community finds healing. We will be speaking with Luzero Velasquez, a 19-year-old GJ member who recently finished a year long immersive training on Indigenous healing in Cuernavaca, Mexico. We will hear from Farah Nousheen who is a UNM academic advisor and founder of “Yoga for People of Color for Healing and Empowerment," they will share with us where they go in search of peace and love. As always, our music translates the messages of healing, peace, and empowerment.
7/25/201833 minutes, 30 seconds
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7.22.18: Update on Holtec

The nuclear waste storage and management company, Holtec International has plans to implement a nuclear waste storage facility near Carlsbad and Hobbs New Mexico. This week, Leona Morgan and Eileen Shaughnessy of the Nuclear Issues Study Group, are two environmental justice activists and organizers who are working towards keeping Holtec and other nuclear waste out of New Mexico and the surrounding areas. Listen in as media justice intern, Kenia Alonzo, speaks with Leone and Eileen about what New Mexicans can do! As always, join us live every Sunday at 7 pm (MST) on 89.9 KUNM FM or stream us on KUNM.org!
7/24/201825 minutes, 33 seconds
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Safiya Noble: Algorithms of Oppression

On this special edition of Generation Justice, we’ll dive into a lecture given by Dr. Safiya Noble, an assistant professor at the Annenberg School of Communication at the University of Southern California. Dr. Noble, spoke at the University of New Mexico, where she discussed her research on algorithmic biases of racism and sexism commonly found on commercial search engines like Google. Dr. Noble has taught in the school of Education at UCLA, and is a co-founder of the Information Ethics & Equity Institute.
7/13/201855 minutes, 23 seconds
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MAMA's Day 2018

In this Mother's Day program youth producers share their messages of love and gratitude to the mothers and mother figures in their lives. Listen in to these honest and heartfelt words of love.
6/12/201826 minutes, 39 seconds
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4.29.18: Indigenous Advancement: Art & Education

This week, Generation Justice celebrates Indigenous peoples by discussing Native advancement. We speak with Warren Montoya, executive director of Rezilience, who will tell us about the upcoming “RezArtx” event here in Albuquerque. Then, Dr. Shawn Secatero, an assistant professor at the University of New Mexico College of Education, talks with us about the importance of Indigenous learning models. This program features music from Indigenous artists, with two full-length songs by local Diné musicians! Full-length Songs: "Style Writing" by Def-I & "Burn With the Sun," by JJ Otero. As always, catch us live every Sunday at 7 pm (MST) on 89.9 KUNM in Albuquerque, or stream us on KUNM.org!
5/1/201842 minutes, 3 seconds
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Organizing for Net Neutrality with Erin Shields of Center for Media Justice

Generation Justice is a multimedia project that trains young journalists to harness the power of media for social change. In this segment, Media Justice Intern, Kenia Alonzo, interviews Erin Shields of the Center for Media Justice in November of 2017.
4/30/201810 minutes, 12 seconds
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4.22.18: Immigrant Resources & Syria Through Poetry

This week, Generation Justice youth producers look at interconnected issues within our community. First, we speak with Luis Leyva, Communications Fellow for the New Mexico Immigrant Law Center, who shares about resources and events for immigrants in our community. Then we'll revisit an interview with poet and GJ member, Ludella Awad, a Syrian-American journalism student who published two books of poetry on the Syrian refugee experience. Finally, Riazullah Alikozai, youth producer and organizer, gives a commentary about the ongoing movement against gun violence. As always, you can catch us live every Sunday at 7 PM (MST) on 89.9 FM in Albuquerque, or stream us live on KUNM.org!
4/23/201832 minutes, 57 seconds
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3.25.18: March For Our Lives Albuquerque

This month, we experience the power of youth organizing. All over the country, students walked out of class to stand in solidarity with gun violence victims. The March for Our Lives gathered people in more than eight hundred cities across the country. Albuquerque joined the “March for Our Lives” National movement and youth from around the city organized for 3 weeks to bring out 10,000 people. It was one of the largest actions in state history. This week, we are honored to bring you some of the organizers and speakers from the march. We are joined by Quincy Walker, Janelle Astorga Ramos, Riazullah Alkozai, and Amaia Biewen. We’ll also hear some powerful poetry from youth poet, Sarita Sol Gonzalez! As always, you can catch us live every Sunday at 7 pm (MST) on 89.9 FM in Albuquerque, or stream us on KUNM.org!
3/29/201838 minutes, 39 seconds
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3.11.18 International Women's Day

This production shares the voices of Black and Indigenous women in the Southwest community who are using their platforms to create opportunity and economic stability for all women.
3/12/201839 minutes, 10 seconds
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3.4.18- Race & The Media: The Kerner Commission Report

On this special edition of Generation Justice, we offer three perspectives on race, media and the 50th anniversary of the Kerner Commission Report.The National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders, or The Kerner Commission, was established by President Lyndon Johnson to investigate the causes of social unrest after an especially violent 5 days in the summer of 1967. We speak to Fred Harris, former U.S. Senator for Oklahoma, and published author, who served on and is the last remaining member of the commission. We are also joined by, Janine Jackson, Program Director of FAIR the Media Watch group, and co-producer and host of FAIR’s syndicated radio show Counterspin. And we'll hear from Joseph Torres, Senior Director of Strategy & Engagement for Free Press and co-author of the New York Times Bestseller, "News for all the People: The Epic Story of Race and the American Media." This program was produced in partnership with the Media Makers of Color Alliance who uplift the stories necessary to shift the narrative of people of color in the media. Original collage art is courtesy of Damon Davis, a multimedia artist and film director.
3/5/201845 minutes, 27 seconds
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2.25.18: No More Gun Violence

We bring you a special edition of Generation Justice as we reflect on this fact: mass shootings and especially school shootings are increasing. We hear the powerful speech given by 18 year old Emma Gonzalez, a Parkland student survivor who became an activist calling for gun laws to be changed. Then we bring our own New Mexico youth to the airwaves as we hear their reactions to gun violence in schools. And we have special music created for the Parkland student by artist, Phoebe Rose, a high school student in New York City.
3/5/201840 minutes, 56 seconds
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2.18.18: Legislative Recap & Early Childhood Education 2018

The 2018 legislative session closed. This week, we take a look at what was accomplished and what bills are sitting before the Governor. We speak with Jessica Lopez Collins and Lan Sena of Strong Families New Mexico, a program of Forward Together. We also hear from Jessa Cowdrey, the Public Policy Director of CHI St. Joseph’s Children, for an analysis of HR 1, a resolution that would allow New Mexicans to vote on the use of the Land Trust Fund for Early Childhood Education.  As always, you can catch GJ live every Sunday at 7pm (MST) on 89.9 FM in Albuquerque, or stream us on KUNM.org!
2/22/201832 minutes, 54 seconds
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2.4.18: Lifeline in NM

Recently we’ve seen the FCC take a major swipe at Net Neutrality protections that all internet users rely on. The threat to connection now also includes the “Lifeline Program” which offers assistance to people for telephone, internet, and broadband access. We speak with Ana Montes, Organizing Director of TURN - The Utility Reform Network, out of California, to learn about the threat to Lifeline and what we can do. And, GJ Youth Producer and Music Host, Joshua Green, will share a monologue from his recent play, Nightfall. As always, you can catch us live at 7pm (MST) on 89.9 FM in Albuquerque, or stream us at KUNM.org!
2/7/201831 minutes, 43 seconds
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1.28.18: No Forgotten Women

Right now women are taking a stand for their rights, their safety, and their bodies. This week, we bring you two of our local SHEros who advocate for women in New Mexico who experience injustice on our streets, homes, and communities. We speak with Christine Barber, Executive Director of Street Safe NM. And we are joined by Violet Martinez, a transfemme activist who has been working for the safety and rights of Trans people, especially Indigenous Trans Women. Plus, don't miss our GJ Roundtable Talk on procrastination, with Jakia Fuller, Liam Paul, Brennan Ollivier, and Barbara Ramiez! As always, you can catch GJ live every Sunday at 7pm (MST) on 89.9 FM in Albuquerque, or stream us online at KUNM.org!
1/31/201844 minutes, 48 seconds
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1.14.18: A Year of Resistance & Celebrating MLK

It has been one year since the Trump administration began, in that time, the resistance has also gained strength through activism and organizing. This week, we speak with Carlos Contreras from Progress Now New Mexico to reflect on a year of resistance to oppression and actions yet to come to New Mexico. And in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., we will listen to one of his most inspiring speeches, "Funtown." As always, you can catch us live every Sunday at 7pm (MST) on 89.9 FM in Albuquerque, or stream us on KUNM.org!
1/15/201826 minutes, 12 seconds
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1.7.18: Critical Issues in the New Year

We open up the year with critical issues at hand. Nearly 800,000 young people are fighting the threat of deportation as women continue to lead the resistance in this country. Our guests are: United We Dream organizers, Janeth Antillon, and Felipe Rodriguez, who share the latest, on a clean dream act. Samia Assed, a local organizer, joins us to talk about the Albuquerque Women's March and why it is critical to the resistance of all oppression. Finally, Jason Fuller, GJ member and Journalism Fellow, will share his journey as a journalist of color from GJ to NPR! As always, you can catch us live every Sunday at 7pm (MST) on KUNM 89.9 FM in Albuquerque, or stream us on KUNM. org!
1/9/201841 minutes, 54 seconds
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12.17.17: Net Neutrality...The Fight is Not Over

On December 14th, The FCC voted to dismantle net neutrality protections, which insured the open and accessible internet since 2015. This week, we are joined by Lucia Martinez, longtime GJ member and digital campaigner for Free Press Action Fund, and Austin Weahkee of the Native American Voters Alliance, both were a part of the Wake-Up-Call-Rally, held in Washington D.C. We'll also hear Generation Justice Director, Roberta Rael, as she gave a rousing speech in front of the FCC. As always, join us live every Sunday at 7 pm (MST) in Albuquerque, or stream us on KUNM.org!
12/19/201729 minutes, 42 seconds
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12.10.17: Voices of Youth Organizing

Generation Justice invites you into a discussion on youth-lead organizing in New Mexico with a panel of amazing young activists and organizers from around the state. Listen to panelists “Janelle Astorga Ramos from the Southwest Organizing Project(SWOP); Michelle Murguia of the NM Dream Team; Kenia Alonzo, of Generation Justice; Angie Najera of Young Women United; Mia Speckled Rock of Tewa Women United; Andrew Hollow Horn of La Plazita Institute; Isabella Baker of Learning Alliance New Mexico; Selina Villa of UNM QTPOC; and, Dilys Ruan of the New Mexico Asian Family Center. This panel took place at the Funder’s Collaborative on Youth Organizing (FCYO)National Convening in Albuquerque. As always, you can catch us live on 89.69 FM, or stream us at KUNM.org!
12/11/201757 minutes, 36 seconds
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Erin Shields of The Center for Media Justice

Erin Shields, National Field Organizer for Internet Rights, with the Center for Media Justice, shares about the importance of an open internet and how people can get involved.
11/15/201710 minutes, 13 seconds
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Steven Renderos on Net Neutrality

Steven Renderos, Organizing Director for The Center for Media Justice, explains the changes to the FCC under the Trump administration.
11/15/201714 minutes, 49 seconds
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11.5.17: Power Not Paranoia

Generation Justice invites you into a discussion on the surveillance state, "Power not Paranoia." We’ll look at its history, it impacts on communities of color, and the steps necessary to empower our communities against it. Listen to Aaron Dixon, author of “My People Are Rising” and co-founder of the Seattle chapter of the Black Panther Party; Myaisha Hayes, the National Organizer on Criminal Justice & Technology at the Center for Media Justice; Paul Haidle, an attorney and Criminal Justice Advocate for the ACLU New Mexico; and, Eduardo Esquivel, a student of biochemistry at UNM and the Education & Equity Trainer for the New Mexico Dream Team. This discussion is moderated by Generation Justice director, Roberta Rael, with an introduction from Steven Renderos, Organizing Director at the Center for Media Justice. This discussion is brought to you in partnership with The Center for Media Justice (CMJ), a national organization which fights for the digital rights of poor people and people of color to bring this presentation to the community.
11/11/201759 minutes, 4 seconds
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10.29.17 : State of Resilience Stories

This week, we rejoin our "State of Resilience Campaign” to showcase the voices of New Mexicans who show resiliency in their homes, organizations, and communities. To share stories of loss, triumph and messages to policymakers, we have: Cathy McGill, Abbas Akhil, Dolores Roybal, Kena Hinojos, Abe Gordon, Dr. Satya Rao, Glenys Carl, Zane Stephens, Atilano Bernardo David(pictured), Ron Martinez, Dr. Glenabah Martinez, Warren Montoya, and Alexandria Contreras. As Aways, you can join us live every Sunday at 7pm (MST) on 89.9 FM in Albuquerque, or stream us on KUNM.org
10/31/201730 minutes, 6 seconds
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10.22.17: State of Resilience with Lyla June Johnston

On this special edition of Generation Justice we bring you the voice of Lyla June Johnston, a Dine artist, activist, and songwriter. Lyla sits with GJ to share about resilience in New Mexico and how her personal experiences as an indigenous woman have helped her build resilience. As always, you can catch us every Sunday at 7pm (MST) on 89.9 FM, or, stream us on KUNM.org This podcast also features original music from Lyla June Johnston and fellow New Mexican hip-hop artist, Wake Self!
10/23/201742 minutes, 25 seconds
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10.15.17: The State of Resilience

New Mexico’s history of colonization, genocide, and inequity are tied to today’s resistance, resilience, and liberation. So, this week, we feature stories from our newest campaign, The State of Resilience. Hear from people all over New Mexico who are working to build on resilience through their work and in the community. Guests include Dr. Glenabah Martinez, Donald Gallegos, Clarissa Duran, Michelle Melendez, Regis Pecos, Patsy Romero, Lupe Salazar, Rev. Charles Becknell, Sr., Amy Whitfield, Huong Nguyen, Victor Torres, Qadria Naji (pictured), and David Cooper. Join us every Sunday at 7pm (MST) on 89.9 FM, or, stream us on KUNM.org!
10/16/201728 minutes, 41 seconds
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9.24.17: Keeping Community Healthy & Safe

Generation Justice looks at the Healthy Workforce Ordinance on this year’s municipal ballot in the city of Albuquerque. We join Ole’s, Organizers in the Land of Enchantment, Andrea Serrano and Mbaember David-Wuam. And we’ll hear from Marian Mendez of El Centro De Igualdad y Derechos about #DACA workshops and knowing your rights. We also welcome new youth producer, Joshua Green! Tune in live on KUNM 89.9 FM, or online at KUNM.org every Sunday at 7pm (MST).
9/25/201740 minutes, 36 seconds
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9.17.17: New Mexico's Moral Resistance

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. Speakers include: Betsy Tsosie, Reverend Dr. Liz Theoharis, Samia Assed, Arturo Uribe, Todd Wynward, Monique Salhab, and Tina Cordova. Each bringing with them the experiences of issues affecting our communities. As always, you can stream us every Sunday night at 7pm (MST) at KUNM.org and listen to our past shows at generationjustice.org
9/20/201744 minutes, 44 seconds
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9.3.17: Rev. Barber & The Moral Resistance

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. The Reverend Barber gave this uplifting speech in Albuquerque while on the nationwide Poor People's Campaign: A Call for Moral Revival. This program also features a full-length live performance from Albuquerque's own, Eileen & The In-Betweens, singing their song, "We Ain't Givin' Up!" As always, you can stream us on KUNM.org every Sunday at 7 pm (MST).
9/4/201751 minutes, 59 seconds
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Remembering Dick Gregory

In August 2017, our country lost a true pioneer of social justice and civil rights, Dick Gregory. He was a comedian, a writer, and activist. Throughout his years as a fighter of racism and bigotry, Dick always kept people laughing and questioning. In memory of Mr. Gregory, Generation Justice would like to share his speech to the 24th Annual Black History Month Breakfast at the University of New Mexico in 2009. (Photo by: Elvert Barnes via Flickr) Rest in Power, Mr. Gregory.
8/25/201717 minutes
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Resistance Headlines: Episode 17

With all that is happening under the new administration, it is important to stay aware and vigilant, AND here at GJ we like to find every way to feel empowered... We know Resistance works. So, we bring you our newest segment, “The Resistance Headlines," a look at the actions from the past week.
8/14/20172 minutes, 8 seconds
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8.13.17 - Families Fighting for Education

Public school is back in session across New Mexico; however, many of our students are receiving a less than quality education, which is a violation of their constitutional rights. We join Dr. Diane Torres-Velasquez, President of the Latino Education Task Force and an associate professor at UNM, as she recaps the historic Martinez v. State of New Mexico lawsuit for public education.
8/14/201726 minutes, 48 seconds
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7.16.17: Protecting Medicaid & Net Neutrality

Some of our greatest resources, like Medicaid and the Open Internet, are under attack. This week, Generation Justice spoke with people who are working to protect those resources for the future. We join New Mexico State Senator, Jerry Ortiz y Pino about the future of Medicaid for New Mexico. We also hear from Lucia Martinez, long-time GJ member and Digital Campaigner for Free Press, a national media justice organization. Lucia shared about the national day of action to #SaveTheNet. Enjoy and join us next Sunday, locally on KUNM 89.9 FM, or on KUNM.org!
7/17/201734 minutes, 43 seconds
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7.9.17: Journalism in 2017 & Covering Movements

The press is under constant attack by the Trump administration and the role of the media is questioned regularly. In a time of "fake news" accusations, what can journalists do to protect our craft? This week on Generation Justice, we speak with Jenni Monet and Mari Blanca Robles Lopez, two journalists who take different approaches to their storytelling on movements in different parts of the world.
7/14/201735 minutes, 20 seconds
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Dr. Mazin Qumsiyeh

Join us as we share audio from Dr. Mazin Qumsiyeh’s talk “From Palestine to New Mexico: Human Rights and Environmental Justice”, at Nahalot Shalom, which is a spiritual and cultural center for Jewish Renewal in the Southwest. Dr. Qumsiyeh is a Palestinian scientist, author, expert in conflict resolution, a professor at Bethlehem University and is the Director of the Palestine Museum of Natural History.
7/3/201742 minutes, 24 seconds
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Reflections on Ramadan

As so many around the world are celebrating Eid, the end of the sacred month of Ramadan, Generation Justice spoke with community members about the importance of Ramadan. We join Seemi Merza and Sahibzada Muzaffar-uddin-Merza, as they share the stories of Ramadan and the significance of this month to our Muslim brothers and sisters.
6/26/201723 minutes, 19 seconds
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6/14/201736 minutes, 42 seconds
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10.21.07

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6/14/201740 minutes, 46 seconds
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6.24.07

6.24.07 by Generation Justice
6/14/201745 minutes, 30 seconds
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6.11.17 - Celebrating Pride & Resistance

In this program, Generation Justice celebrates Pride Week with a very special interview with Zane Stephens, co-director of the Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico. Zane's story illustrates the evolution of the center and how important it is to have support and love from the community. Catch Generation Justice every Sunday night at 7pm (MST) on KUNM 89.9 FM or KUNM.org.
6/12/201719 minutes, 29 seconds
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Youth Climate Action: Aji Piper

Aji Piper is 16 and along with 20 other youth plaintiffs, he set out to sue the Obama and Trump administrations for environmental damage. In this short segment, Aji tells the story of how he became involved in the lawsuit and "Our Childrens Trust," the non-profit legal organization who helped them.
6/5/20178 minutes, 52 seconds
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Mr. Apollo

This week on Generation Justice, we sit down with Billy Mitchell, a.k.a., Mr. Apollo. Billy has dedicated his life to preserving the legacy of the the world famous Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York. Mr. Apollo shares stories of the eras of the theater; the architecture of the building; and, the amazing artists who have graced its stage! Photo Credit: “Apollo Theatre, Harlem” by Per-Olof Forsberg is licensed under CC BY 2.0
5/29/201730 minutes, 37 seconds
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GJ Grads

This week, we celebrate the many GJ members, youth producers and fellows who graduated with the Class of 2017. We share commencement speeches, reflections on what graduation means and our plans for the future.
5/24/201717 minutes, 36 seconds
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5.14.17 - Mama's Day

This week, we share beautiful messages from Forward Together's "Mama's Day" project. They are messages of solidarity and love dedicated to immigrant, refugee and Muslim mothers. Generation Justice youth producers and fellows also share stories of the mothers who have inspired us and prepared us for greatness.
5/15/201736 minutes, 1 second
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May Day Unity Through Workers Right

We dedicate our show to May Day! It is a day for workers, immigrants, and refugees to fight for labor rights and equal treatment. Starting in the late 1800’s as a labor movement that fought for 8hr workdays, unions, and other labor rights. Tune in as we sit down with two organizers, Mayra Acevedo from Partnership for Community Action, Marian Jazmin Mendez from El Centro de Igualdad y Derechos and Huong Nguyen from New Mexico Asian Family Center about the importance of immigrant and worker’s rights. We share thoughts from individuals from El Centro, ATF - Albuquerque Teachers Federation, and from the SouthWest Organizing Project We continue with our community calendar and the resistance headlines.
5/1/201735 minutes, 23 seconds
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3.26.17 Net Neutrality & Borderlands

On this week's program, we are excited to share the recent updates on Net Neutrality, the FCC and public media with our community! We feature guests, Craig Aaron, the President and CEO of Free Press and Dr. Bernadine Hernández, Associate Professor of American Literary Studies. Continuing with our amazing segment, The Resistance Headlines and share events of resistance happening in our community, including an update for the 24th Annual Recuerda a César Chávez Marcha y Fiesta by Danny Hernandez. Don’t forget to subscribe and rate us on iTunes!
3/27/201746 minutes, 19 seconds
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Candace Clement of Free Press

Candace Clement of Free Press describes what the "100 Days of Disruption Campaign" is about.
3/22/20177 minutes, 56 seconds
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GJ 2.26.17 PODCAST

GJ 2.26.17 PODCAST by Generation Justice
3/10/201746 minutes, 13 seconds
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3.5.17 The Constitution Today with Akhil Reed Amar

This week, we are excited to share with our community Dr. Akhil Amar’s presentation, “The Constitution at a Crossroads”. Dr. Akhil Amar is a leading legal scholar and Constitution expert. This week's podcast is an amazing opportunity for those who were not able to attend in person, to learn more about the significance of the Constitution, and a variety of issues and how they intersect.
3/6/201749 minutes, 50 seconds
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2.26.17 Standing Rock and Our Immigrant Rights

This week we spoke with Liz Carrasco, a Representative with New Mexico Immigrant Law Center, about being an immigrant and what she would like to tell officials about deportations. We also heard from Fabiola Bawden and Marian Jazmin Mendez, community organizers from El Centro de Igualdad y Derechos, about immigrant rights in New Mexico. Last but not lest, we hear from Mayahuel Garza, a water protector, about the current issues on the #NoDAPL movement and ways you can get involved. We continue with our, “The Resistance Headline” segment, a look at the actions from the past week by people - near and far - that have made a positive impact.
2/27/201746 minutes, 13 seconds
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2.19.17 A Stronger New Mexico

This week we sit down with Jessica Collins, Program Director for Strong Families NM, participants and organizers to hear their experience from attending the Strong Families Legislative Day and to learn more about the legislation that they are passionate about. We continue with our newest segment, “The Resistance Roundup”, a look at acts from the past week by people who are making a difference in many ways.
2/20/201729 minutes, 59 seconds
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Voices of ProgressNow NM and #NoDAPL: The Resistance

This week we spoke with Patrick Davis, ABQ City Council member, and executive director of ProgressNow New Mexico on what it means to be an activist, and the recent surge of political engagement that followed since inauguration. We also talked with two #NoDAPL supporters, Davin "Legun" Coriz and Christopher Lujan, about the most recent developments on the movement. These conversations are a part of a larger ongoing dialogue called the#100DaysofDisruption. For more info on the campaign, check outFreePress.net.
2/13/201743 minutes, 17 seconds
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GJ with FreePress and ACLU-NM: The Resistance

This week we sit down with to Peter Simonson, the Executive Director for the ACLU of New Mexico to discuss what they're organizing and preparing for. You’ll also hear from the CEO and President of Free Press, Craig Aaron, and Campaign Director, Candace Clement on the “100 Days of Disruption,” an oppositional movement to the Trump Administration's #100Day plan. #Disrupt100
2/7/201750 minutes, 57 seconds
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Action; Educate and Organize

This week, we're joined by Sharidynn Denetchily, organizer with the Red Nation as she speaks about the ongoing fight for Standing Rock and Indigenous rights. Next we here from GJ Youth Producers Yousuf Amer and Ludella Awad on their direct and personal ties to the immigrant and refugee experience in America. We also speak with Dr. Bilal Sekou, the Associate Professor of Political Science at the Hillyer College at the University of Hartford on intersectionality under the new administration
1/30/201743 minutes, 47 seconds
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1.15.17 NM Legislative Session: What to Expect

This week we bring you Senator Linda Lopez and Representative Christine Trujillo. They speak on the upcoming New Mexico legislative session, and how a $600 million budget deficit will have an impact on things like, Behavioral Healthcare and Education.
1/16/201733 minutes, 56 seconds
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Remembering Dr. King

Reflections on the exploits of Dr. King, and the legacy he left for America.
1/9/201731 minutes, 32 seconds
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Best Of 2016 Podcast

Generation Justice brings you a collection of our favorite stories of 2016. Join writers and poets like Jimmy Santiago Baca and Ebony Isis Booth and so many more as we revisit these stories of resilience in 2016. Sidni Lamb, founder of Mindful New Mexico and special guests Fleet Maul and Jimmy Santiago Baca, discuss the school to prison pipeline and the prison industrial complex. Ms. Booth gives insight into the reasons why Black people are targeted by police and shares poetry inspired by the grieving families of the young men murdered at the hands of police officers.
1/3/201759 minutes, 57 seconds
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Facing Race - Where Do We Go From Here?

We bring you a panel discussion from Facing Race, a national conference presented by Race Forward: The Center for Racial Justice Innovation.
12/19/201639 minutes, 50 seconds
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12.11.16 Panquetzaliztli: An Aztec Celebration Of The Season

Join us this Sunday, to hear rhythm and narration from the Aztec Celebration of the Season: Panquetzaliztli. This three part performance refers to the Mesoamerican creation myths and the history behind these traditional Indigenous holiday customs. We’ll bring you the drums, the story, and more! This Sunday, December 11th at 7:00 pm on KUNM 89.9 FM or online at KUNM.org
12/12/201648 minutes, 8 seconds
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12.04.16 Community Leaders: Media, Immigration, and Education

We highlight the work of individuals and organizations committed to critical issues in our state: immigration and education. We speak with Barni Qaasim, a California based activist, storyteller and documentarian, Alejandro Macias of the New Mexico Immigrant Law Center, and Ian Esquibel, the Executive Director of The Learning Alliance. For more tune in at 7:00 pm on KUNM 89.9 FM or online at KUNM.org
12/5/201642 minutes, 20 seconds
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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 about International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day coming up November 19th. Then, we’ll share some of our favorite good music that heals our hearts. Tune in on KUNM 89.9 FM or online at KUNM.org
11/15/201625 minutes, 32 seconds
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11.6.16 Don't Forget to Vote!

On tonight’s show we will share a variety of voices and opinions on this year’s election from students and faculty at the University of New Mexico. Our community leaders from Young Women United, will go into depth about Gen Z vote, a movement that encourages young voters to be registered and engaged in local and national politics. The show starts at 7 p.m. on KUNM 89.9 FM or online at KUNM.org.
11/7/201633 minutes
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10.30.16 Partnership for Community Action & VOTE16USA

GJ Youth Leader Jakia Fuller sits down with Antonio Granillo and Karen Campa, two leaders behind the Partnership for Community Action. The PCA is works to build strong, healthy communities in Albuquerque’s South Valley and across New Mexico. They are also bringing the VOTE16USA initiative to Albuquerque. VOTE16USA is a national campaign aimed at lowering the voting age in statewide and municipal election to 16.
10/31/201611 minutes, 24 seconds
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10.30.16 VOTE16USA With Brandon Klugman

Generation Justice Fellow Alissiea Hernandez sat down with Brandon Klugman, the campaign coordinator for VOTE16USA. VOTE16USA is a nation wide initiative to lower the voting age in statewide and municipal elections to 16.
10/31/201612 minutes, 29 seconds
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Tacos Y Democracia

This week we will inform and inspire you to become civically engaged in our local elections. First, we’ll chat with Andrea J. Serrano, activist and community organizer at Olé NewMexico. Then, we’ll bring you community voices from the recent Tacos, Cumbia y Democracia event organized by OLÉ. The show starts at 7 p.m. on KUNM 89.9 FM or online at KUNM.org.
10/24/201636 minutes, 37 seconds
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10.16.16 - Your Vote Is Your Voice

Join Generation Justice as we continue the conversation on voting and the upcoming 2016 elections. We bring the voices of youth leaders Jakia Fuller and Marian Mendez to discuss their experience at the Millennial Votes Matter Convening 2016. And we also chat with Krista Kelley and Fred Sandoval about the Santa Fe County GO Bond, which has major implications for behavioral health in our state.
10/17/201641 minutes, 50 seconds
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The Importance of Voter Participation

We hear from state Senators Linda Lopez and Jerry Ortiz y Pino on the on going debate of reinforcement of the death penalty in New Mexico. We also have very special guest, Emmy winning documentation Anne De Mare who discusses her interpretation of democracy. Photo Cred: Erick (HASH) Hersman
10/3/201649 minutes, 48 seconds
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9.25.16 Standing Rock Water Protectors: A Community Roundtable Discussion

What’s the future of Indigenous Liberation? Tonight, we listen to leaders in our community who have joined the water protectors in Standing Rock to stand against the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
9/26/201645 minutes, 54 seconds
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9/25/16 - 7:00PM - #NoDAPL

Sunday 9/25, Generation Justices dedicates the hour to #NoDAPL. We will be joined by Nick Estes, co-founder of The Red Nation, to give us the historical context of the Dakota Access Pipeline and Standing Rock. We will also have a community roundtable featuring New Mexicans who traveled to North Dakota to stand in solidarity with water protectors: Jessie Weahkee, Cheyenne Antonio, Jorge Garcia, and Virginia Necochea. Listen in online at KUNM.org. (Photo Credit: Hope A. Alvarado)
9/22/20161 minute, 4 seconds
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9.18.16 Community Calendar Extravaganza

This week Generation Justice highlights the artists, food, culture, and communities that make New Mexico the beautiful state we call home.
9/19/201621 minutes, 6 seconds
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9.11.16 Transforming The School To Prison Pipeline

Join Sidni Lamb, founder of Mindful New Mexico and special guests Fleet Maul and Jimmy Santiago Baca as they discuss the school to prison pipeline and the prison industrial complex.
9/12/201634 minutes, 22 seconds
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Silvia Ledesma speaks on the 8th annual Dona Predicanda Prera Encuentro De Medicina Tradicional

Silvia Ledesma Joins Generation Justice to share some information about an exciting event happening in the community. The 8th annual Dona Predicanda Prera Encuentro De Medicina Tradicional is a traditional Healing Fair, celebrating 20 years of tradition.
9/6/20167 minutes, 36 seconds
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8.28.16 - An Artistic Journey Through Wake Self's Newest Album: Malala

This week, Generation Justice sits down with Wake Self, an MC, performer, and hip-hop artist born and raised here in New Mexico as he talks about his newly debuted album, "Malala."
8/29/201659 minutes, 39 seconds
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Interview with Jessica Aranda from Siembra Leadership High school

In this podcast we speak to Jessica Aranda, the Community Engagement Director for the Siembra Leadership High School, a new charter school in Albuquerque specializing in entrepreneurship, innovation, and hands-on learning.
8/23/201617 minutes, 41 seconds
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8.21.16 Youth Producers & Entrepreneurs

This Sunday we had the great honor of introducing our newest youth members to Generation Justice. Hear how these young multimedia makers are bettering their communities in New Mexico using the power of their voices. We also interviewed Jessica Aranda, the Community Engagement Director for the Siembra Leadership High School, a new charter school in Albuquerque specializing in entrepreneurship, innovation, and hands-on learning.
8/23/201636 minutes, 59 seconds
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8.14.16 Welcoming Matt & Alissiea

Get to know the new voices here at Generation Justice. We have found our 4th Cohort of Generation Justice Fellows: Matthew Brown and Alissiea Hernandez. Tune in to hear their in-depth interviews.
8/15/201635 minutes, 29 seconds
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Healthy Workforce ABQ

43% of workers in the city of Albuquerque do not have access to earned sick days. But an upcoming ballot initiative in the city could change that for almost 110,000 workers. The ballot initiative is called Healthy Workforce ABQ. To learn more, Generation Justice Youth Member Pilar Monfiletto sat down with Cecy Velasco, the Civic Engagement Coordinator for Strong Families New Mexico.
7/25/20165 minutes, 24 seconds
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7.24.16 Theatre And Empowerment

In this show, we discuss Theatre and Empowerment with Michelle Perez and Antonio Granillo of the Working Classroom, an award-winning arts and education program promoting the creative, academic, and leadership potential of talented young artists from historically ignored communities. We then continue the conversation with Ryan Pennington of the Cardboard Playhouse Theatre Company. We will also feature the upcoming, Healthy Workforce ABQ, a ballot initiative that would provide paid sick days to all workers in Albuquerque.
7/25/201643 minutes, 1 second
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Interview with Ebony Isis Booth

As our country endures the latest in a long history of police violence towards Black people, we speak with poet and singer Ebony Isis Booth. Ebony shares about the Black experience in America after the murders of Alton Sterling and Filando Castile. In this interview, Ms. Booth gives insight into the reasons why Black people are targeted by police and shares poetry inspired by the grieving families of the young men murdered at the hands of police officers. Ebony Isis Booth is a poet in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She currently works as the Programs and Communications Coordinator at the Harwood Arts Center and is the co-founder of Burque Noir, a collaborative event between like-minded and multi-cultured artists who observe an underrepresented demographic in Albuquerque.
7/19/201627 minutes, 44 seconds
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7.10.16 - Updates on Immigrant Rights & Mental Health

We interview Adriel Orozco of New Mexico Immigrant Law Center and Italia Aranda of New Mexico Dream Team for an update on the recent Supreme Court decision over DAPA/DACA+. We also speak with Wendy Linebrink-Allison from New Mexico Crisis and Access Line to discuss Mental Health First Aid. Enjoy our program along with a calendar of events and some cool tunes!
7/12/201639 minutes, 17 seconds
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07.03.16 - Community Events And Music

Join Generation Justice as we catch up on all the community engagement opportunities going on around town. We’re talking book signings, gardening, theater and more. Not to mention the awesome music we’ve curated just for you!
7/6/201616 minutes, 32 seconds
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6.26.16 Youth Action: Girl Scouts & AMC 2016

In this week's podcast, we look at the different ways youth in our community take action for social change. Many people are unfamiliar with the social justice work of Girl Scouts, but for more than a century, girls and young women have tackled social and environmental issues through their programming. We talk with Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails to learn more. And our GJ youth members report back on their experience attending the 18th annual Allied Media Conference where they learned about digital organizing, surveillance and many more of today’s most pressing social justice and media justice issues.
6/27/201642 minutes, 50 seconds
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6.19.16 Celebrating Our Fathers

On this week's show, we share the love for our Papas and Community! Our papas share their love day to day, which guides us in critical moments. Listen in to hear GJ youth producers reflect on their dads, grandfathers, chosen fathers and more.
6/20/201631 minutes, 1 second
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6.12.16 - Defending Our Rights

We talk about defending the rights to protect our health and achieve our dreams. We will be featuring Nancy Koenigsberg of Disability Rights New Mexico to hear about how people with disabilities can find the behavioral health resources they deserve. Then, we talk with Adirel Orozco of the New Mexico Immigrant Law Center and Carla Molina, DREAMER and member of the NM Dream Team.
6/13/201645 minutes, 20 seconds
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6.5.16 Refugee Settlement & Support, Haneen Amer, Ludella Awad

In this podcast we speak with Jim Gannon & Diane Leal from Catholic Charities New Mexico (CCASFNM) about the resettlement center and we hear from Haneen Amer, a youth poet whose family recently settled in Albuquerque from Iraq. We are also joined by Ludella Awad, a 16-year old Syrian-American author from Albuquerque who has published two books that express her feelings about Syria and the masks humans wear.
6/6/201646 minutes, 53 seconds
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05.29.16 - Protecting Land and Water

Two interstate exchanges at $30 million each, an increased tax burden of over $1 billion for schools, roads, and other infrastructure and health impacts related to the increased exposure to blowing sand are just some of the concerns the community has raised about the Santolina Master Plan. Tune in to hear our latest updates from Lorraine Archibald of the Center for Social Sustainable Systems and Juan Reynosa of the Southwest Organizing Project about the Santolina Master Plan. We will also learn about other community efforts to protect New Mexico. Elizabeth Fulreader will fill us in on what’s happening at Talking Talons Youth Leadership, a non-profit inspiring youth through environmental leadership.
5/31/201642 minutes, 29 seconds
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5.22.16 - DOJ Report on UNM Sexual Violence Policies

In this show, we discuss the Department of Justice’s 37-page report on UNM’s handling of sexual assault on campus. We will hear from May Sagbakken of the Rape Crisis Center of Central New Mexico, students and Cathy Cook from Students for Reproductive Justice. We discuss the report and what resources are available for all survivors of sexual violence.
5/23/201645 minutes, 37 seconds
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5.15.16 - #Frisco5 & Mental Health Month

Over the past few years, we’ve been witness to numerous police killings of unarmed women and men of color. At the same time—from New York City, to Ferguson, Albuquerque and San Francisco—community has stood up against police violence. Sunday, we’re joined by Equipto one of the #Frisco5 activist who recently ended 17-day hunger strike against police violence and racism in San Francisco. We discuss the hunger strike and what led up to it. We’re also joined by advocate Ane Romero to discuss Mental Health Awareness Month, it’s history and how to get involved.
5/16/201654 minutes
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5.8.16 Honoring Our Mothers

Generation Justice members and staff pay tribute to the women who have loved and nurtured us. In this hour, you will hear the touching, funny and powerful ways that we give thanks to our mothers, chosen mothers and mother figures and the eclectic music we dedicate to them. This is a beautiful listen no matter what day it is.
5/10/201638 minutes, 11 seconds
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5.1.2016 - Native American Community Academy (NACA)

We dedicate the hour to the Native American Community Academy and the opportunities they give their students over the summer. You’ll hear from NACA students firsthand: Larissa Jojola will talk about her upcoming trip to Hawai’i, and Josh Haynes will share his experience in New Zealand. We even feature Jake Foreman, their teacher making sure this vision becomes reality. Tune in at 7 p.m. on KUNM 89.9 FM or online at KUNM.org. ‪#‎GJLove‬
5/2/201642 minutes, 36 seconds
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Jonquilyn - GJ Career As A Journalist

Jonquilyn - GJ Career As A Journalist by Generation Justice
4/25/201653 seconds
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Pauly - GJ And Grad School

Pauly - GJ And Grad School by Generation Justice
4/25/201617 seconds
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Haarika Reddy on finding community

Haarika Reddy on finding community by Generation Justice
4/25/20161 minute, 5 seconds
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Jonquilyn Hill, GJ Youth Member since 2006

Jonquilyn Hill, GJ Youth Member since 2006 by Generation Justice
4/25/201653 seconds
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4.24.16 - Honoring Earth Day: #COP21 and Climate Change

We join Emma Sandoval, Beva Sanchez-Padilla and Amanda Gallegos of The Southwest Organizing Project (SWOP) as they share their stories of the 2015 COP21 Climate Change Summit in Paris .
4/25/201640 minutes, 16 seconds
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4 - 17 - 16 Community Events

Listen in as our GJ youth highlight the awesome community events coming up and dive into some sweet tunes!
4/19/201624 minutes, 46 seconds
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Sam Quinones Full Interview

Sam Quinones Full Interview by Generation Justice
4/11/201626 minutes, 20 seconds
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Sam Quinones Interview (Edited Version)

Sam Quinones Interview (Edited Version) by Generation Justice
4/11/201614 minutes
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4.10.16- Interconnected Issues in Our Community

In this podcast, we reflect on many of the interconnected issues in our community. On the show, we have Sam Quinones, author of “Dreamland,” as well as Jessica Collins of Strong Families New Mexico/Forward Together. ‪#‎GJLove
4/11/201638 minutes, 15 seconds
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4.3.16 - Empowerment Through Community

Sun. 4/3 p: On this week’s podcast, we take a look at the local organizations that are keeping our community healthy, empowered, and engaged. Young Women United’s Circle of Strength project, Gen Z Vote, is helping new voters in NM to vote in the primaries. Then, on campus, Free Association UNM is hosting a Mental Health Fair - which they’ll be telling us all about.
4/4/201632 minutes, 13 seconds
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3.27.16 - #NMspeaksCrisis Town Hall

Missed our #NMspeaksCrisis Behavioral Health Town Hall? No worries, we recap the night on this week’s show. We will share statements made by Senator Martin Heinrich, Congresswoman Michelle Lujan Grisham, and Congressman Ben Ray Lujan. Also, we will feature a poem titled “Mad Love” by Hakim Bellamy.
3/28/201626 minutes, 13 seconds
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3.20.16 - Our Community: From César Chávez to Behavioral Health

In this podcast, we talked about the legacy of César Chávez with members of the Recuerda a César Chávez Committee: Kira Luna and Travis McKenzie. We’ll also speak with New Mexico In Focus Host, Gene Grant, about what the Behavioral Health System is going through in New Mexico, and his role as a journalist. And of course, we share some sweet events that are going on this week that you’ll want to check out.
3/21/201637 minutes, 54 seconds
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3.13.16 -GJ Transitions

On this week's podcast, we bid a fond farewell to Melissa Harris, who has been our Operations Coordinator for the past 4 years. We also say “Hello” and welcome to our new OC, Jennifer Lim! Finally, we introduce our newest segment, Community Corner, where we'll be featuring the amazing local organizations that call Albuquerque home.
3/14/201638 minutes, 27 seconds
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03.06.16 - Early Childhood Development & Home Visiting Programs

Generation Justice highlights the Early Childhood Development Movement in New Mexico. We feature Jessa Bunker, Public Policy Advocate at CHI St. Joseph's Children, and throughout our podcast, you'll hear from young parents across NM about the importance of home-visitation programs.
3/7/201643 minutes, 30 seconds
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2.28.16 - Fresh Take on NM Legislative Sessions

Now that the 2016 legislative session is over, we reviewed it from a community perspective. This Sunday, we featured Adriann Barboa of Strong Families New Mexico/Forward Together and Emma Sandoval of the SouthWest Organizing Project. Both powerful women gave us their take on the legislative session.
2/29/201639 minutes, 27 seconds
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2.21.16 - Music & Community updates

We dedicated the hour to sharing music selected by our GJ crew! Take a listen to the songs that we can’t get out of our heads and the latest on what is happening in our community.
2/23/201611 minutes, 45 seconds
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2.14.16 - Teen Dating Violence Awareness

This Valentine’s Day, we talked about love, self-love, and sex education. We talked with Juan Silva, Danny Perez, and Mariana Rodriguez - 3 Enlace Comunitario members who spoke out about the importance of healthy relationships and how to prevent teen dating violence. Then, we were joined by Kira Luna of the Rape Crisis Center of Central New Mexico to talk about the realities of sexual violence.
2/15/201640 minutes, 41 seconds
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2.7.16 The Seventh Generation

We’re bringing you Indigenous voices from and about the Seventh Generation, including: Casey Camp Horinek (Ponca), Amanda Blackhorse (Diné), Lynnette Haozous (Apache), Rob Brown (Ojibwe), Christina Castro (Jemez and Taos), Nick Estes (Lower Brule Sioux), and Melanie Yazzie (Diné). Join us to learn about Indigenous resistance and resiliency. #GJLove #SaveOakFlat
2/8/201643 minutes, 31 seconds
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1.31.2016 - Community Events and Legislative Updates

This Sunday, our show focuses on fresh music handpicked by our members. We also bring you updates from the rotunda and breakdown all of the events happening in the community and during the current Legislative session.
2/3/201613 minutes, 56 seconds
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1.24.16 - New Mexico Legislative Celebrating Children & Youth Day

In this program we share voices from the New Mexico Legislative Celebrating Children & Youth Day and new music from Albuquerque Native of the Dine nation, Def-i.
1/25/201659 minutes, 19 seconds
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Tom Blaine - New Mexico Office of the State Engineer

At the 2015 Western Governors' Association Drought Forum in Santa Fe, N.M., Generation Justice Fellow Christina Rodriguez interviews Tom Blaine, New Mexico's State Engineer. Photo: U.S. Department of Agriculture(USDA) - bit.ly/1OD4LbL
1/22/20165 minutes, 13 seconds
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Craig Mackey - Protect the Flows

At the 2015 Western Governors' Association Drought Forum in Santa Fe, N.M., Generation Justice Fellow Christina Rodriguez interviews the Executive Director of Protect the Flows, Craig Mackey. Protect the Flows works to urge decision makers to prioritize immediate action and conservation in decisions about the future of the Colorado River that will benefit the economy, the environment and the quality of life in the Colorado River basin. Photo: U.S. Department of Agriculture(USDA) - bit.ly/1OD4LbL
1/22/20165 minutes, 40 seconds
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Carlee Brown - Western Governors Association

At the 2015 Western Governors' Association Drought Forum in Santa Fe, N.M., Generation Justice Fellow Christina Rodriguez interviews Carlee Brown, the Policy Advisor for the Western Governors' Association. Western Governors' Association represents the Governors of 19 Western states and 3 U.S.-flag islands. The association is an instrument of the Governors for bipartisan policy development, information exchange and collective action on issues of critical importance to the Western United States. Photo: U.S. Department of Agriculture(USDA) - bit.ly/1OD4LbL
1/22/20161 minute, 40 seconds
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Robert Apodaca - Nuestro Rio

At the 2015, Western Governors' Association Drought Forum in Santa Fe, N.M., Generation Justice Fellow Christina Rodriguez interviews Robert Apodaca, the New Mexico State Director of Nuestro Rio. Nuestro Rio works to educate elected officials and youth about the many ways that Latinos are connected to the Colorado River and helps them to become advocates for a healthy river for future generations. Photo: U.S. Department of Agriculture(USDA) - http://bit.ly/1OD4LbL
1/22/20164 minutes, 41 seconds
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Ralph Vigil - New Mexico Acequia Commission

At the 2015 Western Governors' Association Drought Forum in Santa Fe, N.M., Generation Justice Fellow Christina Rodriguez interviews the Chairman of the New Mexico Acequia Commission, Ralph Vigil. The Acequia Commission is charged with the duties of serving as a facilitator for communication between local acequia organizations and the state and federal governments. Photo: U.S. Department of Agriculture(USDA) - bit.ly/1OD4LbL
1/22/20167 minutes, 24 seconds
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1.10.16 - #NMSpeaksCrisis

Thousands of New Mexicans are living with the pain of not having Comprehensive and Integrated behavioral health services - but there’s a way we can help. This program features the ‪#‎NMspeaksCrisis‬ campaign and what New Mexicans experience due to gaps in the behavioral health system.
1/11/201641 minutes, 30 seconds
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1.3.16 Best of Campaigns

We share Part 2 of our 2015 Best of Generation Justice Series with you. We look back at the media justice victories of 2015 - including the FCC’s vote for both net neutrality and prison phone justice. Also, we celebrate how local campaigns and organizing can create change - from protecting ethnic studies curriculum, addressing institutional racism, breaking the silence about NM’s behavioral health crisis, and speaking out about the injustices we see.
1/4/201654 minutes, 17 seconds
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12.27.2015 Best of Youth Action

We kick off our 2015 Best of Generation Justice Series! We dedicate the show to amazing youth that organize to create change in our community. Youth-led action this year manifested itself in several ways - whether it was developing irrigation systems, walking-out of standardized tests, or testifying to legislators. To hear all about it, tune in at 7 p.m. on KUNM 89.9 FM or online at KUNM.org
12/29/201549 minutes, 39 seconds
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12.20.15 - National Student Activism

This year we have seen an upswell of student activism on college campuses across the country calling out institutional racism that continues to underlie educational settings. This program features student organizers and activists from around the country: Occidental College, the University of New Mexico, and Ithaca College. (Image - Occidental College students take action on campus - Photo credit: Anna Palmer)
12/21/201558 minutes, 57 seconds
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12.13.2015 All About Love

Our GJ family will be exploring the power of language. From our weekly music selection, to hand-picked poems, you won’t want to miss it! We will be honoring the life of John Trudell. We’ll also be featuring what local activists are using to combat Islamophobia - the power of love letters and solidarity
12/15/201529 minutes, 12 seconds
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11.22.15 An EVENTful Year!

Hey there!! Tune in for a wrap up of some great events that are happening throughout the rest of 2015! You don't want to miss all the excitement happening loc