Monday is Indigenous Peoples Day. Have a peaceful and celebratory weekend
This Hispanic Heritage Month, we honor the vast influence Hispanic people and culture have had on our home here in Arizona. Our state has its very roots in Hispanic heritage, having been a part of Mexico as recently as the 1840s, but it’s more than our history: it’s...
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur wishes for a better New Year.
by Kitty Kennedy, PC LD3 PCT21
VP Arizona Alliance for Retired Americans (AARA) representing the Arizona AFL-CIO
As we enjoy the first Monday in September, Labor Day, let me help you reflect on what we Democrats have in common with organized labor by sharing three concepts that may best embody the links between us — and why we choose to work together.
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Election is November 2, 2021
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By the 1770s, the British monarchy was finding it increasingly difficult to collect taxes from rebellious colonists thousands of miles across the ocean who had no representation in Parliament. Colonial militia skirmishes with British soldiers escalated until, on April...
by Jack Wampler During this week of Pride Month, we chose to tell the stories of those who once struggled to lay the foundations for Tucson’s LGBT+ community today. In 1962, Bill Schober opened up Mr. Jim’s on West University Ave. It provided a community for gays and...
While Pride Month began as a way to commemorate the 1969 Stonewall Riots in New York, Pride Month in Tucson has an even deeper meaning.
In honor of Pride Month 2021, we will be making regular posts throughout June about LGBTQ+ history in the city of Tucson.
Following overwhelming support from both chambers of Congress, President Biden signed legislation last Thursday to address the increase in hate crimes and violence against Asian Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic. The law passed by a vote of 94 to 1 in the Senate,...