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Elliotte Cook

Albuquerque lost an influential anti-racism activist and educator this summer. Bahati Myhelatu Ansari died from lymphocytic leukemia at 72 years old on June 27, 2020. She was the founder of the “Racism Free Zone” program for schools, which she started in Oregon about 30 years ago after her sons experienced racist attacks in junior high school. KUNM's Yasmin Khan met up with Ansari’s son Elliotte Cook at his mother’s favorite spot in Albuquerque, Tingley Beach, to talk about his mother and her legacy.

6/14/20 Uplifting Black Voices & Juneteenth Updates

Sep 11, 2020

SUN 6/14 7P: This week on Generation Justice we spoke with community organizers Devont'e Kurt Watson and Arthur Bell about 2020 Juneteenth celebrations happening across the city. Long time GJ member Jonquilyn Hill shares a message in response to recent social uprisings and systemic racism in the U.S.

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6.7.20 Uplifting Black Voices from Our Community

Sep 11, 2020
Jakia Fuller

SUN 6/7 7p: BLACK LIVES MATTER!

This week we dedicated our program to the voices of Black and African American GJ members and community leaders.