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Former ICE detainee says little coronavirus information given in custody
Alejandra Alor Reyes spent almost 10 months in detention after claiming asylum at the border last June.
Advocates plead with Arizona to release vulnerable inmates amid COVID-19
A new predictive model shows nearly all of the almost 42,000 incarcerated people in Arizona will contract the virus.
Lawmakers and advocates push back on wall construction during pandemic
Groups say project funding should be used on COVID-19 supplies and relief.
Eloy car rally calls for ICE detainee releases during COVID-19 pandemic
At least five detainees in custody in Arizona have tested positive for the virus.
More demands to close immigration courts as judge tests positive for COVID-19
Immigration lawyers, judges and prosecutors sent a joint message to the Department of Justice to close the courts.
Diversity and desegregation in TUSD
After decades of legal battles and diversification efforts, the Tucson Unified School District wants to be released from court supervision.
Divided House votes to reset deadline to ratify Equal Rights Amendment
Arizona is one of 12 states that have never approved the ERA, despite regular attempts by state Democrats to do so.
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Accusations against former Amazon CEO in Mexico ignite feminist debates
The recent murder of the wife of the former CEO have fueled the push for changes to laws.
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Border humanitarian aid work on trial
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Archive Tucson: Jazz on Meyer Avenue
Cass Preston talks segregation, music on Meyer Avenue and growing up in the '30s and '40s.
Archive Tucson: Moving into a white neighborhood
Joel Turner describes the interactions he experienced moving into a white neighborhood in midtown Tucson in the 1960s.
Demonstrators call for firing of UA professor over homophobic letter
LGBTQ protesters and allies demanded the UA remove professor and former anesthesiology chair Randal Dull.
Students criticize university over response to alleged assault of black student
Members of the Black Student Union say the student was beaten by two white students who used a racial slur.
ADL of Arizona: Hate groups recruit near college campuses
The group's leader says Arizona has been a flashpoint for anti-immigrant rhetoric and policy.
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