“AZ Legislature passed SB 1431 this year and we are saying
This Voucher Law (SB1431) allows the little bit of money left for our teachers & public schools to be used for private, parochial and home schooling; allowing privateers to profit from our tax dollars with almost NO accountability!
This is the only concrete way to stop this.
SHOW UP & SIGN July 15th, 9-2 pm.”
Volunteers will have SOS buttons or shirts on
and are waiting for you at each of these locations in Pima County:
McDonalds 775 W Via Rancho Sahuarita
Starbucks 1209 W Irvington
Valencia Library 202 W Valencia
The Mercado 100 S Avenida Del Convento
Starbucks 10785 N Oracle Rd
McDonalds 8349 N Cortaro 85743
Beyond Bread 421 W Ina
Café Luce 4205 N Campbell
Starbucks inside Basha’s 6900 E. Sunrise
Le Buzz 9121 E Tanque Verde (*only at this location 8-2)
Beyond Bread 6260 E Speedway
Civano Coffee House 5278 S Civano Blvd
Martha Cooper Library 1377 N Catalina Ave
Match Point Tennis 100 S Alvernon (*only at this location 10-4)
“WE NEED 75,000 VALID SIGNATURES BY JULY 31st
This petition is REAL, not like an online petition with no teeth. This has teeth. Once we meet our goal of 75,000 VALID signatures, SB1431 is stopped and it gets referred to the ballot in 2018 when we all get to vote NO and at the same time vote in new leadership that looks out for our students and teachers!”
For More Info Visit SOS Arizona: http://saveourschoolsarizona.org/
Saturday, July 15, 2017 (1:00PM – 6:00PM)
Pima Community College Downtown, 1255 N. Stone Ave. Tucson
“Time to put on your best cosplay and gather up your bag of holding!
MegaMania!! 2017 is here and it is bigger and better than ever! Gather up your friends and join us at Pima Community College Downtown as we celebrate our seventh year of free comic-con fun.
Pig out on free pizza, drinks, and snacks in the Cantina, try to clock your best time running through our inflatable obstacle course and immerse yourself in the many different cultures of Tucson in our Cultural Room.
THE BUS TOUR IS BACK
“Update: The bus tour is going back out on the road for the August Congressional recess. Stay tuned for more details, and for now, check out wrap up of the first tour below.
The Save My Care bus traveled over 15,000 miles to hold 53 events in 23 states so we could hear your stories about why your health care matters. Together, we sent a loud and clear message to Congress: do not repeal the health care we rely on.
Congress is still rushing through a dangerous bill that will destroy our health care, and so our fight continues. Watch our video, then share it on Facebook and Twitter below to spread the word about what’s at stake.
https://www.savemycare.org/tourevents/ (video of bus tour from Washington D.C. to 23 states, including Arizona).
Save Our Care is launching a bus tour for August recess, so we will keep posted as we find out cities and dates the bus will be stopping; Phx and Tucson and quite possible Cochise County will be around August 4th-5th. ”
Hosted by Iskashitaa Refugee Network and Southwest Fair Housing Council.
“An adaptation of three of Oscar Wilde’s short stories—a comic murder mystery
(Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime), a fairy tale (The Happy Prince),
and a myth in Biblical style (The Fisherman and His Soul)— explores
both the limitations and resilience of the human soul.”
LET FREEDOM SING 2017
A musical celebration of our nation’s birthday!
July 4th, 2017 at 3:00 PM • UA Centennial Hall, 1020 E University Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85724
“For over three decades, Let Freedom Sing has delighted audiences and embraced the diverse patriotic spirit of Southern Arizonans. Musical selections include patriotic standards and all-American hits, with a star-spangled line-up.
Big Band Express and the Let Freedom Sing Choir
Soloists Ben Cline, Liz Cracchiolo, Jodi Darling, Armen Dirtadian, Delores Maddox, Chach Snook, Dennis Tamblyn and more!
Innovative trumpeter Ruben Moreno and his band, Mariachi Luz de Luna
The sizzling and swinging 4Gents, Tucson’s SuperGroup Quartet
Let Freedom Sing is an inspiring and honoring celebration of our nation’s birthday in song – uniting our diverse backgrounds and fostering a sense of community. Through the years, the production has become part of the cultural fabric of Tucson.