[taken with permission from the Facebook page of former Occupied Tucson Citizen working group member ...
More than 200 Tucson taxi drivers hired by AAA Transportation/Yellow Cab are employees, not independent ...
Even though the Tucson’s bus strike is over, the Bus Rider’s Union wants the City ...
If you don’t like random surveillance, or if you think that the privatization of the ...
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The picture is of Eric Gill, artist and inventor, standing in front of the old adobe house he had been trying to rebuild for many years. He is survived by his children Shawn Gill, Dale Gill, Heather Gill and 5 grandchildren. He is also survived by his father Joe Gill and sister Mary Smith, ex […]
We received the following from our contributor Judy Ray and thought that it might be of interest to our readers—Ed A unique collection of historical art posters titled Boycott! The Art of Economic Activism, comes to Tucson October 10 through 27. Including posters from the Montgomery Bus Boycott, United Farm Workers grape and lettuce boycotts, […]
In a direct action held last Thursday at the Ronstadt Transit Center, members of the Tucson Bus Riders Union boarded a bus without paying their fares as a part of a campaign to pressure the city to take action to end the bus strike. Events transpired as follows (a fuller description of the events and […]
The gun goes off in about two weeks We can’t guess why? where? or who? It could be you There will be blood terror screams sirens weeping makeshift shrines, funerals the shooter will be alive or dead Media will report nonstopnonstop non s-t-o-p! for a while and then? we will go back to the beginning […]
Though currently on hold, the Tucson City Council has been for some months now considering an ordinance to ban “urban camping.” The City should, however, tread carefully in how far it goes in this direction, as the Justice Department is weighing in strongly on the issue, as the following press release demonstrates: Department of […]
[Ed. Note — The following is an open letter to the “Road Runner” — Patrick McNamara, the Arizona Daily Star’s transportation columnist — by Tucson Bus Riders Union member and member of the Occupied Tucson Citizen Working Group, Greg Evans. It is in response to an article by McNamara, that ran in Monday’s paper, about […]
The Tucson Urban Agricultural Zoning Amendment looks solid and well written, with language that leaves it flexible and open to changes as they become needed by growers. I like that it addresses the sale of food to both neighbors and stores/farmer’s markets which is hugely important. I signed a petition for the amendment (below) and […]