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‘Hip Historian’ Makes Impact on Arizona’s Transgender History

The end of Nicolai De Raylan’s life offers insight into the extremely tragic way transgender people were treated back in the early 1900s.

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Virtual Learning Creates Additional Barriers for Arizona’s Deaf Students

Arizona schools are not required to provide in-person instruction for students who are deaf or hard of hearing.

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‘They’re Scared’: Arizona Inmates Denied Masks, Access to COVID Tests

Despite nearly 1,000 inmates and corrections staff testing positive for COVID-19, little is being done to curb the spread of the virus in Arizona prisons.