Metro Week

Homelessness; Climate Change

Season 4, Episode 28 of 25

Homeless women in Tucson: A visit to the Sister Jose Women’s Center s new facility to learn about the way it serves Tucson’s homeless women. Climate Change and Native American Reservations: What are the main climate-change related challenges facing the Native American communities of the Southwest? A conversation with the University of Arizona’s Chad Marchand and Edward Schuyler Chew about their work helping tribes adapt to new climate realities. Pima Community College: After turbulent times, Pima’s accreditor removed all sanctions from the college earlier this year. We’ll sit down with Vice Chancellor for External Affairs Lisa Brosky to discuss what full accreditation means and plans for the future. A fixture of Tucson journalism retires: A conversation with long-time Arizona Daily Star reporter/editor/columnist Tom Beal about some of the highlights of his career and how journalism has evolved over his 43 years in the business.

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