Yearly Archives: 2012

Open Letter from Sean Arce

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Sean Arce, co-founder and director of the MAS program. Photo: Diana Uribe.

Mi Familia, Friends y Comunidad

I write to address the charges against me of Domestic Violence.  While this is in part a legal matter that will be resolved in City court, you should know that I take full responsibility for my conduct. Unfortunately, at times one needs a serious wake up call to recognize the immediate need for the assistance of others, including professionals, to help one cope, accept, grow and ultimately evolve into the person one hopes to be.

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New rules for radicals: A discussion on how to live together

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Organizing different organizations is sometimes an impossible task.

In times of growth we can all grow in our desired direction, with plenty of room for yourself, but in times of decline when budgets are tight, the competition increases for a decreasing amount of resources.

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Drug dealers appear on nearly every corner in Tucson after medicinal marijuana store opens

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The first medicinal marijuana dispensary opened in Tucson earlier this month:

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now)

A day for the history books as Tucson’s first medical marijuana dispensary now is open. The opening comes two years after Arizona voters legalized medical marijuana.

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2012: Time to end the western world’s condescending approach towards the original Americans

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Today, Dec. 21, we’re all standing under those Corbel arches, celebrating one of civilization’s more sublime accomplishments, the Maya calendar. The 2012 winter solstice marks the end of a 5,125-year creation cycle and the hopeful start of another—and not the apocalyptic end that so many wing nuts rave about. (That comes next month, when our wing nuts in Washington send us over the fiscal cliff.) Understandably, this Maya milestone is a source of Latin American and especially Mexican and Mesoamerican pride.

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