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Not-So-Rosy Reality of Campus Race Relations

Beth Mitchneck, 2015-2016 Public Voices Fellow, and Tess Carter. This piece was first published in US News and World Report, " College presidents can't rely on rhetoric alone to generate real change and opportunities for minority students…
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Other worries in addition to lead in the water

Paloma Beamer, 2015-2016 Public Voices Fellow. This pieces was originally published in The Hill, "We know very little to nothing about the thousands of other chemicals our children are exposed to every day. Lead poisoning in…
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We Should Be Hounding Congress About Their New Social Security Rules

Pamela Hopman, 2015-2016 Public Voices Fellow. This pieces was first published in Slant, "In December, the Feds raised interest rates, and rumor is it may raise them again in the coming months. This move was seen…
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Sofia Martinez Ramos: Don’t use ‘illegal’ to describe people

Sofia Martinez Ramos, 2015-2016 Public Voices Fellow. This article was first published in the Arizona Daily Star, "Many remember the childhood rhyme, “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words can’ t hurt me.” Anti-bullying..."
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Student and Faculty Diversity Movements — Apart and Together

Beth Mitchneck, 2015-2016 Public Voices Fellow and Tess Carter. This piece was first published in The Huffington Post, "Last month, Marvin Krislov, President of Oberlin College, responded to African-American student demands by refusing..."
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Candidates and Local Leaders Need to Face Up to Climate Change

Stephanie Sklar, 2015-2016 Fellow. This piece was first published in Huffpost Green. "In spite of the historic Paris climate meeting in November and agreement to limit the increase in the global average temperatures to 2 degrees…
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Meet the 20 women selected as 2015-2016 Fellows.

The third year of the Tucson Public Voices Fellowship starts this fall as we welcome 20 new Fellows, selected from a highly competitive pool. The Fellows include academic leaders from the University of Arizona and community…
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