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BY staff | Tucson, Arizona | 6/30/18
More than 2000 people joined a protest here, June 30 to oppose the Trump administrations attacks on immigrants.
BY Staff | Tucson, Arizona | 6/30/18
More than 2000 people joined a protest here, June 30 to oppose the Trump administrations attacks on immigrants.
BY Jim Byrne | Tucson, AZ | 6/28/18
Nearly 100 Tucsonans lined up at the Federal Court House, June 27, to demonstrate their anger at the Supreme Court ruling upholding Trump’s Muslim ban. Many brought signs saying “No ban, no wall!” and “Muslims are welcome here!”
BY Jim Byrne | Tucson, AZ | 8/23/17
Close to 10,000 protesters outside of a Trump rally in Phoenix experienced first hand the kind of law and order Trump has promised.
BY Jim Byrne | Tucson, AZ | 8/23/17
Close to 10,000 protesters outside of a Trump rally in Phoenix experienced first hand the kind of law and order Trump has promised.
BY Jim Byrne | Tucson, AZ | 4/08/17
Immediately following President Trump’s order to unleash 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles into Syria, the Tucson Anti War Committee called an emergency rally for April 8.
BY staff | Tucson, AZ | 11/16/16
Thousands of students, community members and activist gathered and marched, Nov. 15, to protest President-elect Donald Trump on the University of Arizona campus.
BY staff | Tucson, AZ | 11/13/16
More than 300 people gathered on Nov. 12, joining the wave of protests across the country with loud and clear messages of rejection of the new president-elect Donald Trump and his agenda of right-wing hate and repression.
BY staff | Tucson, AZ | 10/04/16
On Sept. 30, Tucson’s immigrant rights action committee L.U.P.E (Spanish acronym for United Struggle of Parents and Students) held its monthly Cultura Nights event.
BY Meredith Aby-Keirstead | Tucson, AZ | 7/02/16
Meredith Aby-Keirstead, of Fight Back! interviews James Jordan, with the Alliance For Global Justice in Tucson, Arizona. Jordan recently returned from the Accompaniment Delegation to Support Colombia’s Peace Process.
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