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Statement of Resistance on Inauguration Day: No One is Free Until We Are All Free

Today the 45th President of the United States will be sworn into office in Washington D.C. The man who will occupy the highest office in our nation for the next four years already has the lowest approval rating of any incoming President. Before taking office, he nominated a cabinet and top advisors full of men […]

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EQUALITY ARIZONA PRESS RELEASE OPPOSE HOUSE BILL 2120! In 2010, Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Horne shut down the Tucson Unified School District’s (TUSD) Mexican-American Studies Program under a law that bans Arizona schools from providing classes that “[a]dvocate ethnic solidarity” or “[p]romote resentment toward a race or class of people.” Now, Representative Bob […]

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Empowering the People: 10 Years of Transgender Awareness Activism

This guest blog post was written by Chris Sogge, a graduate student at the University of Arizona, about Bamby Salcedo, an internationally recognized activist, advocate and community organizer. Bamby Salcedo is a proud Latina transgender woman and the founder and President of The Trans-Latin@ Coalition. She is recognized nationwide for her advocacy work related to […]

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Tomorrow Equality Arizona will march Phoenix and Tucson at the Women's Marches. We support the right of free speech and protest and will exercise our rights with our community tomorrow. There are 10 Arizona marches - find one near you to march for our community. ... See MoreSee Less

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