Nativist Republicans call on Ducey to militarize the border to stop an ‘invasion’

By Gloria Gomez/UA Don Bolles Fellow A nativist former top Trump White House official on Wednesday exhorted Gov. Doug Ducey to use Arizona’s National Guard to turn immigrants back at the border.   Ken Cuccinelli, a top United States Citizenship and Immigration Services official in Donald Trump’s administration, said Ducey has the constitutional ability to direct…

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An underground motorsport that became mainstream

By Johnny Dyer/ El Inde Drifting is a motorsport that has its roots in outlaw street racing in Japan. But today, it’s an organized sport that’s ever growing in popularity, made up of many eclectic individuals who have an addiction for adrenaline. Johnny Dyer has the story.  Music: Late by Metre Crush by Evan Schaeffer…

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Where dreams collide: Casa de la Esperanza Center

By Julia Blumberg/El Inde The Tucson Samaritans has been providing humanitarian aid in the desert since 2002. Volunteers of this organization try to go out daily to provide water, food, or medical assistance to migrants. Salvavision, founded in 2016, has been doing the same. This story is about how the paths of these two service…

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Tablas de libertad

Por Marery Ruiz Barraza / El Inde Los Juegos Olímpicos de 2020 debutaron su primera competición de skate. Aunque destacadas figuras compitieron durante los Juegos Olímpicos, la ciudad fronteriza mexicana de San Luis Río Colorado, Sonora alberga a un grupo de patinadores que recuerdan su camino para conseguir un skatepark, ser aceptados por la comunidad…

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