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A brief performance from the upcoming production of "Emmet, Down in My Heart."

Play Depicts Tragedy That Helped Ignite Civil Rights Movement

Violent 1955 murder of 14-year-old Emmett Till is now a one-act play currently onstage at the Tucson Symphony Center.

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.

40 Years of Chronicling Gay Experience

Novelist, essayist Edmund White visits Tucson, to discuss career, latest writings.

Favianna Rodriguez, artist and social activist, discusses  'Migration is Beautiful," a film that highlights how Rodriguez uses her art as a platform to engage in the political dialogue surrounding immigration.

Artist Inspired to Participate in Immigration Debate

'I care about that because my parents were migrants'

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.

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

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

The National Commission on Education Equity and Excellence

In Anniston, Alabama, an angry mob stoned and firebombed the Greyhound bus holding some of the original Freedom Riders.

American Experience: Freedom Riders

The inspiring story of a courageous band of young civil-rights activists who journeyed through the Deep South in 1961. Tuesday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

Kimberly Craft interviews Clarence Boykins, a community leader, about his memories of the civil rights movement and the lessons he learned from it.

Growing Up Activist

Community activist Clarence Boykins relates how the civil rights movement shaped his vocation and his life

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