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Also on Arizona Spotlight: How the Kino Border Initiative is aiding migrant families; Tucson mystery writer bases novel around opioid addiction; and remembering filmmaker Nicolas Roeg.

rio bravo hero 3 Director Howard Hawks and star Angie Dickinson on the set of "Rio Bravo" (1959).
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Featured on the November 15th, 2018 edition of ARIZONA SPOTLIGHT with host Mark McLemore:

  • Mark talks with Arizona 360 host Lorraine Rivera on how the Kino Border Initiative is aiding migrants and families arriving in Nogales, Sonora to seek asylum in the United States amid rapidly changing immigration policy.
Kino Border Initiative VIEW LARGER Immigrants participate in a prayer exercise at the Kino Border Initiative in Nogales, Sonora.
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rio bravo 2 hero Ricky Nelson and Angie Dickinson in a promo photo for "Rio Bravo" (1959).
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lala corriere spotlight Author Lala Corriere, self-described "Mistress to Suspense".
  • And, film essayist Chris Dashiell remembers the work of master filmmaker Nicolas Roeg.

nicolas roeg walkabout Jenny Agutter and David Gulpilil star in Nicolas Roeg's 1971 film "Walkabout".

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