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Ayudantes en la Frontera (The Border Helpers)

Mark Adams and Miriam Maldonado Escobar found a new community and a new purpose helping vulnerable migrants at the border.

The Schorr’s Dining Table

Where The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Southern Arizona (NAMISA) was born.

Tiny Homes: Wholistic Transformation

From a Border Wall to a Brighter Future: Tucson Nonprofit Transforms Shipping Containers into Tiny Homes for Foster Youth

Happy Tuesday!

Take a peek behind the scenes of Tucson’s notorious ‘Tuesday Night Ride’ where hundreds of committed and cheerful cyclists meet weekly to take over the city's streets.

Campus Unarmed

A student advocacy organization at the University of Arizona whose purpose is to foster positive student and teacher relationships to build a safer campus.

Parent Provided Care

Arizona Parents of children with disabilities receive funding and certified training to be Direct Care Workers for their own minor children.

BIPOC Entrepreneurs

How the Community Investment Corporation is empowering BIPOC entrepreneurs with interest free micro loans in Southern Arizona.

DO(OM) YOGA

An immersive Doom Metal Yin Yoga Practice for Charities

Joshua

Meet Joshua, a 21-year-old autistic who uses spelling to communicate

Al and Hannah

A look back on the life and legacy of local musician Al Foul.

Harold

Born in 1919, Harold Wood has seen a lot of things. At 103 years old he’s still as sharp as ever.

All of Us at the Tucson Chinese Cultural Center

The Tucson Chinese Cultural Center has partnered with the All of Us Research Program as part of a nationwide endeavor to collect genetic data to aid in the advancement of precision health care and prevention.

Working in Mental Health with Kate Kincaid

Kate Kincaid specializes in relationship therapy within systemically marginalized communities and Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy.

Tiny Homes - The Outlaw Project

The Outlaw Project builds tiny homes for the local BIPOC community.

Tiny Homes - Vail School District

The Vail Unified School District is trying to recruit and retain more teachers by working with developers to provide affordable housing opportunities for educators in the district.

Patrick Robles for the People

As University of Arizona’s graduation commences, an important figure leaves behind a changed university.

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