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Rally Against Deportations in Phoenix

March 12, 2013

Protest organized by families broken by immigration deportations

Campaign to recall “America’s toughest sheriff”

February 15, 2013

Sheriff Arpaio of Maricopa County Arizona, accused of brutal law enforcement and racial profiling; faces a recall campaign from an independent coalition.

Latinos campaign to vote out Joe Arpaio

November 5, 2012

Voting rights advocates and Latino Activist work to encourage the community to vote out Joe Arpaio “America’s Toughest Sheriff”

Is the Arizona Mexico Border a War Zone?

September 21, 2012

Local politicians say that spill over violence is a major threat but do the facts bear this out?

Prisons, Profit and Immigrants in Arizona

August 24, 2012

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer defies President Obama on deferred deportation plan for undocumented immigrant youth

Arizona Gov. Declares Supreme Court Victory as Latino Community Vows to Resist

June 26, 2012

Isabel Garcia: The most racist section of the legislation was upheld by the Supreme Court

Chicago Latinos Demand Supreme Court Strike Down Arizona SB1070

May 4, 2012

Chicago activists organize on May 1st to demand rights

Protest Calls on Supreme Court to Strike Down Arizona Immigration Law

April 26, 2012

Court Hears Oral Arguments in SB1070 Case “United States v. Arizona”

(De)segregation and the Mexican American Studies Ban in Tucson, Arizona

April 12, 2012

Is Tucson Unified School District’s MAS suspension at odds with a decades old federal desegregation order?

Tucson Militarizes Public School Board Meeting

May 12, 2011

Battle over the future of ethnic studies in Arizona rages on

Tucson Students Occupy School Board Meeting to Defend Ethnic Studies

May 3, 2011

Students in Tucson, Arizona take over school board meeting to prevent controversial vote

Voices From Arizona

January 14, 2011

TRNN speaks to people attending memorial service in Tucson

The Tucson Shooting, Civility And The New Class War Zone

January 12, 2011

Paul Jay: Instead of using ‘civility’ to cover up reality, how about a people’s civility intended to reveal it