ASU Students Fight To Defend Multicultural Center

By Daniel Lopez, Liberation News. -

Arizona State University, like many other college campuses in America, is a pivotal location for the struggle against racism. The campus has had several incidents calling attention to the [...]

Judge Refuses Injunction To Stop Sacred Oak Flat Destruction

By Apache Stronghold, Popular Resistance. -

Phoenix, AZ – This afternoon, U.S. District Court Judge Steven Logan denied Apache Stronghold's request for an injunction preventing the giveaway and destruction of sacred Oak Flat to Rio [...]

Officials Create ‘Fictional Gang’ To Punish Phoenix Protesters

By David Biscobing, ABC15. -

Amy Kaper promises she is not a gang member. The 29-year-old graduate student does not run drugs, traffic guns, or work in any organized crime ring. But, she did protest police violence [...]

Emotional Court Hearing Over Proposed Copper Mine At Oak Flat Sacred Site

By Debra Utacia Krol, Arizona Central. -

Opponents of a copper mine project that would obliterate an Apache sacred site east of Phoenix asked a federal judge Wednesday to stop work on the project. The group Apache Stronghold filed [...]

Black Lives Matter Protestors Charged As A Gang

By Meg O'Connor, The Appeal. -

Maricopa County, AZ - In Washington, D.C., members of a pro-Trump mob that stormed the Capitol and killed a police officer are so far being charged mainly with disorderly conduct and unlawful [...]

Yuma Hospital Fires ER Doctor For Talking About COVID-19

By Jamie Landers, Arizona Republic. -

Dr. Cleavon Gilman, a well-known emergency-medicine physician, has been asked not to return to his work at Yuma Regional Medical Center for his social media posts about the severity of the [...]

Trump Administration Is Rushing To Mine Sacred Tribal Land

By Carly Nairn, Ecowatch. -

In yet another attack on the environment before leaving office, the Trump administration is seeking to transfer ownership of San Carlos Apache holy ground in Oak Flat, Arizona, to a copper mining [...]

Inmate Kitchen Workers Forced To Serve Expired Meat In Prison

By Jimmy Jenkins, KJZZ. -

Arizona - Incarcerated people who work in the kitchens at the Eyman, Lewis and Yuma state prisons claim they were forced to serve expired meat to their fellow inmates, resulting in foodborne [...]

Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women And Girls Committee Releases Final Report

By Arizona Legislature Indigenous Peoples Caucus, Indian Country Today. -

Arizona's Study Committee on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls has posted its final report, including dozens of specific legislative, law enforcement and other policy [...]

Native Americans Tear Gassed, Arrested On Indigenous Peoples’ Day

By Kenny Stancil, Commondreams. -

Twelve people, including at least eight Native Americans, were arrested near an immigration checkpoint in Southern Arizona on Indigenous Peoples' Day after United States Border Patrol agents and [...]

Protesters Block Highway Near Border Wall Construction

By Rafael Carranza, AZ Central. -

Tucson - Activists and allies of two O'odham groups protesting the construction of a border wall along ancestral tribal lands in southern Arizona temporarily blocked the highway leading to [...]

How Residents Rallied To Get Their Post Office Back

By Jessica Kutz, North Country News. -

On an otherwise typical summer day, rumors started spreading in the small rural mountain community of Munds Park in northern Arizona: The local post office had been shuttered. As the chatter [...]

And Now The Really Big Coal Plants Begin To Close

By Benjamin Storrow, Eenews.net -

Old, small plants were the early retirees, but several of the biggest U.S. coal burners—and CO2emitters—will be shuttered by year’s end. When the Navajo Generating Station in Arizona shuts down [...]

Koch-Funded Group Helped Develop Plan To Kill Future Of Phoenix Light Rail

By Steven Hsieh, Phoenixnewtimes.com -

Much of the plot to kill the future of light rail in Phoenix was hatched in a window-tinting shop on South Central Avenue. At first, the plot was narrow. Celia Contreras, owner of Tony’s Window [...]

Arizona Students Marched For Classmate Thomas Torres-Maytorena, Who’s Facing Deportation Court On Graduation Day

By Lucy Diavolo, Teenvogue.com -

Students from Arizona’s Desert View High School marched miles from their campus to a local sheriff's office in a show of support for Thomas Torres-Maytorena, an 18-year-old senior and football [...]

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