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  • Blood and Education
  • Blood and Education

    Negotiations between a teachers union and the Mexican government continue as a neoliberal education reform is violently imposed in the country
      Enrique Santiz begins to cry when he thinks about the last days of school with his students—all between 10 and 11 years old. He wonders about their future.
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  • 5 Points Market: Right at Home
  • 5 Points Market: Right at Home

    5 Points Market showcases what a modern neighborhood joint should be
      Pros: Excellent, flavorful dishes for brunch and lunch and inventive baked goods to take home. Cons: Service can be slow—especially on the patio.
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  • Messina

    Operations like D-S Rescue try to make up for the actions of negligent pet owners
  • Seeds of Growth
  • Seeds of Growth

    The Best Day Ever kids garden project brings kids and veggies together to grow community
      Determining the ripeness of a vegetable isn’t the only skill that the children participating in the Best Day Ever Kids Garden Project are learning. Here, kids from preschool to high school are learning about hard work, nutrition, seeing a project from start to finish, economics and social skills.
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  • Eyes on the Streets
  • Eyes on the Streets

    Tucson’s homeless document their own lives through photos
      Manny sits slumped by a brick wall, eyes half closed, hand outreached and grasping, begging passersby for a cigarette. His brow is furrowed into a grimace, clothes rumpled.
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  • South Tucson: The Pueblo Within the Problems
  • South Tucson: The Pueblo Within the Problems

    The City of South Tucson is promoting homeownership, but needs affordable housing options to make it happen
      As South Tucson struggles at every level, establishing a foundation for dignified living conditions is key to see the city improve economically.
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  • Repeal the Deal
  • Repeal the Deal

    The San Carlos Apache tribe and supporters take on corporate backroom politics in a fight for the sacred lands of Oak Flats
  • Tucson Haunts
  • Tucson Haunts

    Some of our city's most-historic places are reportedly occupied by the ghosts and spirits of former occupants







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