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Solar Power Co-Op Launches in Tucson

Tucsonans interested in adding solar energy systems to their homes or businesses now have the option of joining a solar cooperative to learn more about the technology and take advantage of group buying power. Solar United Neighbors, a nationwide nonprofit group promoting community solar, has launched the Tucson Solar Co-op in partnership with the Center …

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Elizabeth McAlister Sentenced for 2018 Plowshares Disarmament Action

from the Nuclear Resister article posted on June 8, 2020 A revered elder of the American anti-war movement was sentenced on Monday, June 8 to time served for her part with six other Catholic peace activists in the April 4, 2018 Kings Bay Plowshares nonviolent direct action for nuclear disarmament. Elizabeth McAlister, age 80, had …

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Statement on the Killing of George Floyd

The murder of George Floyd and other acts of violence against African Americans in recent years are reminders of the deadly consequences of institutional racism in the United States. Tragically, the latest acts of violence by police directed at African Americans are occurring at a time when African Americans and other people of color are …

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OP ED: America’s National Security System: The Failure to Protect

Lloyd J. Dumas*, University of Texas at Dallas   If there is one thing that both conservative Republicans and liberal Democrats agree on, it is that one of the most critical responsibilities of the federal government is to provide for the nation’s security — to protect the people of the country from the ravages of …

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Dr. Barbara Warren’s Op-Ed in the Arizona Daily Star : Carbon-tax bill before Congress comes with unacceptable trade-off

The following column is the opinion and analysis of the writer. By Barbara Warren SPECIAL TO THE ARIZONA DAILY STAR From low to high impacts, humans are causing climate changes that affect our world. Low impacts include simple personal discomfort with more varying weather conditions. Medium impacts include more frequent adverse temperature records and bad …

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Action Alert: Call your Congressional member on Tuesday, May 19

Health groups support the U.S. Call to Action on Climate, Health and Equity Please join us on May 19th! https://climatehealthaction.org/media/cta_docs/US_Call_to_Action.pdf are organizing a call-in day to Congress on Tuesday, May 19. The purpose is to promote use of the Call to Action as a framework for taking bold action across all sectors of society and …

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MEDICARE FOR ALL- Learn More!

MEDICARE FOR ALL- Learn More! Sunday, March 15, 3:30 – 5:00 PCDP Headquarters 4639 East 1st Street Healthcare is an important issue for all of us. Learn more about the Medicare for All policy option and what it could mean for our families, communities, and nation. Presenters: Paul Gordon is a Professor in the College …

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