Monthly Archives: November 2010

How the Arizona Democratic Party gave the Republicans victory, and how Rodney Glassman wants a part of it

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Stephen Lemons of the Phoenix New Times has this great story about the Arizona Democratic Party, and a bit of recent history.

There are a lot great information in his article, but one thing really stood out to me.

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Save Ethnic Studies response to "review panel" by board members and TU4aSD

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Save Ethnic Studies

Tucson, Ariz. — Save Ethnic Studies hand delivered a letter to the Tucson Unified School District this morning in response to the calls by Tucsonans United for A Sound District (TU4SD), School Board Member Dr. Mark Stegeman, and School Board Member elect Michael Hicks for an Ethnic Studies “Review Panel.”

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Map of the HB2281 battle and the politicians involved

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I created a battle map of all elected officials and their stance on HB2281, the Ethnic Studies ban.

John Pedicone is not elected by the people, but directly by the school board, and he was just unanimously selected to run TUSD for a whopping 2.5 years and over $500,000. Pedicone does not even live in the TUSD, but rather in Oro Valley, like many leaders in Tucson, but he is still a major player in this saga.

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Conference in Tucson this week regarding HB2281, SB1070, Prop 107, and forbidden books and curricula

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DEC 2-4 COMBATING HATE, CENSORSHIP, & FORBIDDEN CURRICULA CONFERENCE

* There is no charge for this conference. However, donations are greatly needed and appreciated. Click the donate button above. Money will assist in covering costs of the conference.

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