Violent Messages 

A professor at the UA is threatened after people opposed to TUSD's ethnic studies name him on a video

Jan. 8 changed the playing field. That's what Roberto Rodriguez keeps telling himself when he thinks about a series of messages left on his UA office voicemail. The assistant professor in the UA's Department of Mexican American Studies is an outspoken supporter…

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