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   Volume 16, Number 2

January 21, 2006

Photo by David Stone

Advocacy groups tell why they formed, what they hope to accomplish
Communication seen as crucial to Kyrene's future
By Jonathan J. Cooper
Passion, indignation and a growing sense of frustration with the Kyrene School District have brought together a diverse group of activists and driven them to fight for change in a school district that some say is losing its path.

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   Inside this issue

• Ancient 'Kabalah' to explore life's deepest mysteries
• SRP confirms start of engineering on 101-Ray power line project
• Teens' mock council session a true-to-life primer for futures
• Sports Notebook: Expectations run high
• Discerning Diner: A resolution worth keeping: Eat more latkes
• Young filmmaker hopes age has added maturity to his talents
• Zawtocki, Robb take Board spots
• In Brooks' Muslim comedy the joke's really on him
• Allen's 'Match Point' serves up existential lesson on role of...
   Time Capsule: This Issue, Last Year

January 22, 2005

Tempe, Kyrene unit supporting woman's anti-violence campaign

An article on violence prevention in the Journal of the American Psychological Association has led one woman to pursue her passion to increase awareness about the effects of violence among Arizona’s youngest population.

With a doctorate in psychology, Mary Arredondo has made a two-year commitment to educate Arizona communities about violence, using what is known in education circles as the Adults and Children Together Training Program.

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