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Cuba as a Classroom

Annual summer trips educate University of Arizona students about the culture, politics and daily life of an isolated island nation.

Mohammad Abdollahi, originally from Iran, works for the National Immigration Youth Alliance, a social media hub advocating for legalization of young students.

'Dreamers' Not Just from Latin American Countries

While conversations about immigration reform mostly focus on Latinos, those of other backgrounds interested.

Report Analyzes Economic Disparity Along US-Mexico Border

Food insecurity plagues border region that produces, funnels much of the nation's food, researchers say

State Violence, Border Topologies and the Execution of Law

Complex relations between two modalities of state violence

The Arab Spring One Year Later

The Sabbagh Lecture, presented by the UA School of Anthropology

Mary De Camp (Left) Peace Fair coordinator and Joe Bernick (right) Peace Fair organizer stop to talk about the upcoming Peace Fair.

Activists Celebrate a Milestone in Southern Arizona

30th Annual Tucson Peace Fair and Music Festival is being held in the community.

The Sleeping Giant vs. The Politics of Fear

Arizona's Hispanic Society in the Twenty-First Century

Report reveals extensive problems with Arizona private prisons with safety and cost. A group that has been advocating against prison privatization in Arizona will release an extensive report reviewing the private prisons.

Prison Privatization Called to Question

Report identifies 'safety issues, lack of accountability and cost problems'

Historian and University of Arizona Mexican American Studies Professor Lydia Otero, talks on the past and present time of Tucson's multicultural development through the city's centennial existence referring to her novel, "La Calle" and the permanent photo exhibit in the Joel Valdez library in downtown Tucson.

Centennial Inspires Book on History of a Tucson Barrio

Book and exhibit commemorate community impacted by urban renewal project

Author of "Arizona: A History" Tom Sheridan, predicts what the history of Tucson will be one hundred years from now based Tucson's past one hundred years.

What's AZ Look Like 100 Years Hence?

State history's author predicts continuing water issues, Latino power

UNIDOS members, Mayra Feliciano (left) and Danny Montoya (right) talk on how TUSD had removed Mexican American studies from their school, how they are effected by it and the Ethnic Studies School movement they've helped start to change that.

Mexican American Studies Supporters Continue Fight

Former students of Tucson Unified School District remain involved in controversial battle

Tucson City Councilwoman Regina Romero talks about Occupy Tucson.

Stop Ticketing Occupy Tucson, Council Member Says

Tucson City Council member Regina Romero proposes ordinance change that would end citations for park protestors

Turkey and the Arab Spring

Turkey's Role in the Muslim-Arab World's Democratization Efforts

Fuzia Taher Elkekli (left) a geographer, mother of resistance fighter and Khaled Hadeli (right), MD, FCCP a Libyan Medical Relief Coordinator talk about Libya's Revolution.

Tucsonans From Libya Support Revolution

Their homeland's future is top of mind, and they plan to help

How do we shape the next 20 years of school reform?

The National Commission on Education Equity and Excellence

Arab Spring

Dr. J.E. Peterson speaks to the Tucson Committee on Foreign Relations

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