MAS trial ends after 7 years: Victory for Ethnic Studies, another costly loss for racist Arizona

A lot has happened since Three Sonorans first began in the summer of 2010. Racial tensions were heating up with the recent passage of SB1070, the Papers Please law, and with HB2281, the law banning Ethnic Studies. More than seven years later, we are glad to report that we have been there throughout the entire MAS trial and the federal […]

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Tucsonans protest Hipster Racism at 4th Avenue’s Surly Wench

A bunch of White musicians calling themselves Black Pussy are playing at the Surly Wench, on Fourth Avenue, this Friday, December 29th. If you don’t think this is okay, please call and/or email Surly Wench and ask them to cancel the show. Contact the Surly Wench: Phone: (520) 882-0009 Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/surlywench/ Send them a message online: https://surlywenchpub.com/contact-us Tell them: […]

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2017 is Tucson’s hottest year ever

Tucson on tap to have its warmest year on record. Should break the 2014 & 2016 records by about 1°F. Our countdown webpage updates each day with latest stats. https://t.co/k2276qYzLn #azwx https://t.co/I6mtyRnG8F Check out @NWSTucson’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/NWSTucson/status/945735461590487040

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“White and Proud” Ally Miller to face Hispanic Chamber’s Lea Marquez for CD2

Insiders are revealing that the current Pima County Board of Supervisor Ally Miller from District 1, covering Pima’s richer whiter population, may be announcing a run soon for the seat being vacated by CD 2’s Martha McSally who will be running for US Senate. The CEO of the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Lea Marquez, has already received the support […]

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Can Border Patrol stop citizens from observing and collecting data on BP racial profiling?

About three years ago during the Spring of 2014 a group of citizens from Arivaca, just south of Tucson, began observing and collecting data on the Border Patrol checkpoint on I-19 on the way north to Tucson, AZ. Latino drivers are 26 times more likely to be asked for identification than white drivers at the U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint on […]

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Yaqui elder Jose Matus passes on

Today our family lost a great man. A father, brother, uncle, spiritual leader, my Tio Jose R. Matus. May God grant him eternal rest. He is at peace with all of our loved ones who went before him. Prayers for strength, peace and comfort to my family, especially my sister Enriqueta n Nino Robert. Sleep with the angels Tio Joe, […]

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Raul Grijalva’s hush money with former staffer revealed: Will his Tucson House of Cards finally topple?

The Washington Times, a conservative-leaning news source, but one that did contact and receive a response from Rep. Raul Grijalva from Tucson, is breaking news of taxpayer funds being used as “hush money” for one of his former female staffers. Rep. Raul M. Grijalva quietly arranged a “severance package” in 2015 for one of his top staffers who threatened a […]

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