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Indigenous Students From Guatemala, Mexico Visit Tucson

UA’s leadership program teaches group about democracy, education and government.

This week, Michael hosts a discussion on racial issues in the state and across the country. Former Tucson City Council member Charles Ford Jr, Chairman of the Arizona Civil Rights Advisory Board Jeff Lavender, University of Arizona's Mexican American Studies lecturer Raquel Rubio-Goldsmith and Executive Director of the YWCA Tucson Kelly Fryer discuss these issues and how we as a country can come together to put an end to racism and separation.

AZ Week: Moving Toward Tolerance; More Needed

In wake of Trayvon Martin: 'Some of us took it for granted that we were farther along than we really are.'

Supreme Court Wants Limited Affirmative Action

Justices do not overturn law, but order lower court to apply narrower definition in college admissions case.

A group of students at the Jump Start program at Myers-Ganoung Elementary School.

State English Language Learning OK'd

Judge ends 21-year-old case with ruling favoring 'block' method

Working for Equal Rights

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

TUSD's Interim Deputy Superintendent Maria Menconi informs us of the decision to terminate its Mexican American Studies Program and the books that were banned in those courses.

Mexican American Studies Books in Storage

District says the books haven't been banned

Tucson Unified Ends Mexican American Studies

Under threat of lost funding, program ends immediately

Executive Director of BAN, Juanita Molina (left), and Human Rights Promoter, Ana Santoyo (right), tell us about the Border Action Network and how it has become one of the most active and vocal organizations that works based on behalf of immigrant and border communities.

Border Action Network Gets New Leadership

Long-time activist becomes interim executive director of immigrant-rights organization

About 100 residents from the Tucson area because US citizens on Friday 1 July, just in time for the holiday weekend.

Tucsonan Celebrates First July 4 as New U.S. Citizen

Dozens of new citizens begin new lives as citizens, volunteers provide help

We speak to Casey Chimneystar Condit about independent lens documentary "Two Spirits" which tells the story of a Navajo boy who was also a girl and the victim of a hate crime. CCC is the Youth and Family Programs Manager for Wingspan, which works on behalf of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender community in Southern Arizona.

Helping the GLBT Community Find Strength

Wingspan's Youth and Family Programs manager says violence and discrimination against the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community persist

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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