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Protesters march down Central Avenue on June 4, 2020, as part of nationwide demonstrations against police violence sparked by the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

A lawsuit claims the City of Phoenix, the Phoenix Police Department and leadership at the Maricopa County Attorney's Office conspired to falsely arrest and maliciously prosecute people who rallied last year to protest the deaths of George Floyd, Dion Johnson and other Black people. Read more»

A group of teachers and parents held a rally at the Arizona Capitol to oppose the state’s school reopening plan and delivered a letter to Gov. Doug Ducey on July 14, 2020, calling for online learning to be required through the COVID-19 pandemic and for additional funding for schools.

A group representing Arizonan educators, students and community allies delivered a letter to Gov. Ducey at the Capitol on Tuesday calling for funding online learning at all schools to give districts time to retrofit their campuses to be safe gathering venues. Read more»