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Fighting Hate with Love

An Interview with Civil Rights Pioneer Bernard Lafayette

Tucson's 3.6 Percent: Reflections on Being Black in a Majority-White City

Members of Tucson's black community discuss the complex and often difficult nature of calling the city home.

Fair-Housing Group Awarded Grant

$313,000 will support ongoing efforts to provide equal access to housing.

A 1960s Documentary Hidden for Decades - Now Revealed in Tucson.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Should honorably discharged veterans be able to get their citizenship and military benefits restored after trouble with the law? And, a local artist's adventures canoeing with alligators in a Florida river.

How the Holocaust History Center Shines a Light on Justice for Global LGBTQ Community

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The Basics of BASIS: How BASIS Transformed from One Tucson School to an International Brand

State Ban on Ethnic Studies Unconstitutional

Case stems from Tucson Unified School District's Mexican American Studies classes and 2010 law.

Episode 151: Confronting Racism in Tucson After Charlottesville

Also, rediscovering "Woman-Ochre, conversing with an 'umbraphile,' and memorializing lives taken by Mexico's drug violence.

Tucson Community, Religious Leaders Speak Out Against Racism

Attendees at Sunday's rally continue to raise awareness about white supremacy.

Trump Opposition Ties Groups Together for May Day March

Around 300 demonstrators made it to Armory Park.

Rare Meeting Between Tucson Rights Groups, Border Patrol

Interim Border Patrol Sector Chief seeks common ground, promises more meetings.

Students Seek Clarity for 'Red Tag' Ordinance on Parties

Neighbor says request would place too much burden on complaining residents.

Will Tucson Clash with Feds over 'Immigrant Welcoming'?

US Attorney General threatens to cut funding for cities not enforcing federal laws.

Native American Superheroes Get a Chance to Fly!

Tucson writer creates first all Native American superhero comic book "for us."

Mexican Consulates Offer Free Legal Help to Their Citizens in US

Many Mexicans in country legally fear deportation and other problems.

Lawyers Help Immigrants Facing Deportation

Only U.S. citizens have a right to free legal representation at public expense.

From March to Movement

After the march ends, everyone takes their signs and goes home. Then what? How does a march turn into a movement?

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