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Working for Equal Rights

Tucson group tries to raise awaress, education and opportunity for often-marginalized residents

CD 1: The Flavor of Arizona

New district larger, more diverse than several states

Britain Eakin, graduate student of Journalism and Middle Eastern Studies, talks about her trip to Egypt to work as a reporter during and after the country's elections.

Free Press Emerges in Egypt, UA Journalist Finds

Grad student's summer in Cairo makes her witness to history

Arab Media Expert, Laila Abou-Saif, Ph. D., discusses the elections, the debates and "turmoils" associated with the important social and political transformations since the so-called Arab spring in 2011.

Egyptians Prepare for Historic Election

The country has very different possible political and social paths

Southside Presbyterian Church historic photo of volunteers in the Sanctuary Movement, which began 30 years ago.

Sanctuary Movement: 3 Decades of Activism

Tucsonans mark decision to protect Central American refugees fleeing persecution

GOP Presidential Candidates Argue Border Enforcement

The top four Republican contenders came to Mesa to plead their case one more time before Arizona's primary

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.

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

Former Arizona Governor Raúl Héctor Castro gives his input on the current the state of Arizona politics.

Ex-Gov. Castro: Mexican-Americans on the Rise

But more progress needed, especially on profiling and 'timidity'

Michael Chihak (left) speaks with Stanley Feldman (left), Former Chief Justice of the Arizona Supreme Court and Charles Ares (right), Dean Emeritus of the University of Arizona College of Law about Arizona's constitution.

'Progressive' Constitution Now Bogged Down

Two legal experts discuss statefounding document as centennial approaches

Author Thomas E. Sheridan is a panel member for a discussion called "Does Arizona History Matter?" being held at Hotel Congress. Here he explains the significance of Arizona's history.

Does Arizona History Matter?

Historian and author Thomas E. Sheridan shares his view on a question that says as much about the state's future as its past

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 Unified Ends Mexican American Studies

Under threat of lost funding, program ends immediately

A small portion of Michael Chihak's interview with Governor Jan Brewer.

Supreme Court Rejects Brewer on Redistricting

Reinstatement of IRC Chair Mathis remains; mapping work expected to resume

Turkey and the Arab Spring

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

Christopher Conover addresses the future political career of Gabrielle Giffords.

Political Focus: Redistricting Commission Next Step

The task of finding new chair of Independent Redistricting Commission now begins

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