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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

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.

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

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

Feds Crack Down on Controversial Sheriff

Department of Justice investigation reveals civil rights violations, discrimination by Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's Office

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

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

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

The Hardest Ride

A Tucson veteran of the Freedom Rides tells his story

Tucson in the mid-twentieth century was fraught with racial discrimination, as told by some who experienced it and fought against it.

A Peek Through the Barriers

Arizona Illustrated offers an exclusive preview of Barrios and Barriers, the AZPM original documentary about Tucson's place in the civil rights movement

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

Web Feature: "A Mountaintop Experience"

Freedom Rider Jim Zwerg tells his story of struggle and sacrifice for civil rights

Web Feature: A Civil Rights Legacy

In life, and now in death, one reverend helps shape Tucson’s struggle for equality

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