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Privatizing the Old Pueblo

BY THE EDITORS, The Occupied Tucson Citizen The list is long: the Ronstadt Transit Center, Access Tucson, the El Rio Golf Course, the former downtown Greyhound Bus Station, the former YMCA on 5th St., among […]

Jun, 30

Found Poem © DAVID RAY 2013

BY DAVID RAY, Occupied Tucson Citizen A found poem is a text that is so meaningful, musical, or unique that it can be appropriated, with credit to its original author (if known), by any prowling […]

Mar, 02

Tucson’s Broadway Boulevard Is Plenty Wide Enough. Let’s Save It, and the World While We’re at It!

BY DAVID RAY, Occupied Tucson Citizen What a marvelous turnout it was the other night at the large Sabbar Shrine Temple on South Tucson Boulevard! It’s amazing how many intelligent and concerned citizens can turn […]

Nov, 08

Education Reform in Arizona: Just Another Year of Our Children’s Lives

BY STEPHEN STOLLMACK, Arizona Community Press Most of us are now aware that certain forces within the government and private sectors are expending tremendous amounts of money and energy to change how our public education […]

Nov, 02

A Grandmother Stronger Than the U.S.-Mexico Border Wall

BY RICHARD BOREN, North American Congress on Latin America On April 10, 2013, hundreds of people gathered on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico boundary, uniting at the wall which divides Nogales, Sonora and Nogales, Arizona. […]

Jun, 15

Senate Immigration Bill: More Militarization of the Border, No Real Path to Citizenship

JESSICA DESVARIEUX interviews ISABEL GARCIA, The Real News     New legislation will increase deportations, beef up police while worker status will help provide cheap labor for businesses but make citizenship almost impossible to attain. […]

Apr, 19

Resolution 22006: Martial law over Tucson, or a bit of legislative fluff?

BY GREG EVANS, Occupied Tucson Citizen On February 20, the Tucson City Council and Mayor triggered a storm of controversy when they unanimously approved Resolution 22006, whose wording [see graphic] strongly suggests that the city […]

Apr, 16


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