Stories tagged: "Phoenix City Council"

Phoenix Council Member Yassamin Ansari Continues Push for Climate Action

Ansari was a vocal advocate for eco-friendly public transportation as soon as she took office, and played a major role in receiving a grant for electric busses through Biden's Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.

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Phoenix Bans ‘Source of Income’ Discrimination Against Renters and Home Buyers

The ordinance protects residents who rely on aid such as housing vouchers, veteran's benefits, or social security from being denied housing due to their source of income.

Activists rally outside of Phoenix City Hal on Feb. 1, 2023. (Photo by Jessica Swarner)
Tucson Banned Income-Based Housing Discrimination. Will Phoenix?

Activists are calling on Phoenix City Council to ban housing discrimination based on source of income. 

Still from "The Street Project"
Documentary Highlights Traffic Violence in Phoenix

A new documentary called "The Street Project" examines traffic violence in Phoenix.

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‘There Is More to It:’ Shelter Worker on Phoenix’s Growing Tent City

More than 600 people stay in downtown Phoenix's homeless shelter every night—and hundreds more sleep in tents on the streets surrounding the shelter.

(Photo by Steve Carr)
New Phoenix Shelter Opens as Summer Heat Approaches

A new 6,300 square-foot homeless shelter in downtown Phoenix will house up to 100 people overnight, and will be equipped with showers, restrooms, and air conditioning.

mural that says "I Am Black History"
Artists Hope Black History Mural Project in Phoenix ‘Educates, Inspires, Uplifts’

The Shining Light Foundation started the Black History Mural Project last year to educate and empower Arizonans.