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OP-ED: Slow Motion Collapse

OP-ED: Slow Motion Collapse

Dianne Post September 1, 2014 0

By Dianne Post As Jared Diamond has written and we all know from history, every society eventually collapses. Three main themes seem to repeat as precipitators: climate change (Hohokam, Aztecs, Khmer), endless war (Holy Roman Empire, Nazi

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Deported Civil Rights Leaders Return to Nogales Border Crossing

Deported Civil Rights Leaders Return to Nogales Border Crossing

Editor April 1, 2014 0

  Today, Jaime Valdez who was deported by ICE (Immigration and Custom Enforcement) in retaliation for his and his families’ civil rights organizing, presented himself at the Nogales Port of Entry to request that the

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In Solidarity with Indigenous Peoples

In Solidarity with Indigenous Peoples

Editor October 26, 2013 1

By Laura Finley, Ph.D. Reposted with the permission of Tom Hastings of PeaceVoice Last I heard, contracts negotiated between two consenting and capable parties are supposed to be binding, with repercussions if one party violates

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Arizona Community Press Podcast : “Shut Down” of ICE

Arizona Community Press Podcast : “Shut Down” of ICE

Editor October 19, 2013 0

Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org On Wednesday, October 16th Arizona Community Press launched our first podcast titled “AZCP Community Voices”.  The first episode focused on the “Shut Down” ICE actions that took place the

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OP-ED: Operation Streamline Shutdown: Si preguntan porque? – If they ask why?

OP-ED: Operation Streamline Shutdown: Si preguntan porque? – If they ask why?

Editor October 14, 2013 0

By Roberto Dr. Cintli Rodriguez Dr. Cintli |  drcintli.blogspot.com Posted with permission from the author Scouring media outlets nationwide, it is evident that Operation Streamline – which was shut down by human rights activists

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Celebrating Justice

Celebrating Justice

Liisa Wale August 30, 2013 0

By Liisa Wale Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org This past Saturday, August 24th, communities of color came out to celebrate their successes through events and marches. Somos America Coalition had a community event to

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An Arizona Conversation about Racial Profiling

An Arizona Conversation about Racial Profiling

Liisa Wale August 18, 2013 0

By Liisa Wale Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org Saturday, August 17th a large crowd gathered at Steele Indian School Park in Phoenix to discuss and create support around the topic of racial profiling in

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On Which Side Of The Border Wall Are People More Free? Profiles From Sonora, Mexico

On Which Side Of The Border Wall Are People More Free? Profiles From Sonora, Mexico

Editor August 10, 2013 0

By Richard Boren The Hobo Dispatch | www.hobodispatch.blogspot.com Republished here with permission   So many people in the U.S. are afraid to travel to Mexico. It’s too dangerous, they conclude. Or could it be

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Rule of What Law?

Rule of What Law?

Sean Patrick Miller August 3, 2013 0

By Sean Patrick Miller YA BASTA! | www.seanmiller12.wordpress.com Sheriff Joseph M. Arpaio has blathered, for years, about something he calls, “Rule of Law”. His TEA Bagger supporters have blindly chanted this chorus, as well.

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Justice for Trayvon Martin

Justice for Trayvon Martin

Liisa Wale July 16, 2013 0

By Liisa Wale Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org This past Saturday just hours after it was announced that George Zimmerman was found “not guilty” in the death of Trayvon Martin people across the United

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