SAZCIV hosted an event with Andrew Selee at the Community Room at Pima Community College District office. The event had over 124 people in attendance. At the talk in Nogales, AZ there were 80 people in attendance. Andrew Selee’s book, “Vanishing Frontiers” had just been released and he was here to share his story of Read more about Andrew Selee Event – June 12, 2018[…]
“The Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce hosted the Governor’s luncheon at Star Pass on May 10. It was a pleasure to be in the company of such a large group of business people from all areas of Tucson and Southern Arizona. Our very own Alma Vanessa Peralta worked hard to help make this event the Read more about The Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce hosted the Governor’s luncheon at Star Pass on May 10[…]
“On May 5, 2018, Punch and Casey Woods hosted the visitors from Cuba, Mr. Juan Carlos Blain Noste and Mr. Hector Jose Naspe Perez from Venezuela, at their beautiful home. Great food, great friends and the conversation was stimulating. The visitors were so pleased to be able to share about their work and their countries. Read more about Punch and Casey Woods hosted the visitors from Cuba[…]
April 13, 2018 SAZCIV participated in the Health Fair organized by our own Maria Valdez-Cardenas. The YMCA building on W 33st in Tucson was the hub for the activity and the whole street was lined with booths to encourage people to become involved. SAZCIV was there with current president, Peter Becskehazy (not pictured), Maria Valdez-Cardenas, Read more about SAZCIV Participated in the April 13, 2018 Health Fair[…]
Building Bridges or Building Walls? By: Patricia Houston Did you know That San Diego and Tijuana are partners in a cross-border international airport serving passengers from both countries? That Thomas’ English Muffins, Sara Lee, Orowheat, and Entemen’s are brands owned by Mexico’s Grupo Bimbo? That UNAM (the iconic Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México) has a Read more about Building Bridges or Building Walls?[…]
Arrival of the visitors always begin with a quick orientation of their upcoming program. This group of visitors from Moldova were not only interesting but fun!
The Tucson Police Department with Assistant Chief Carla Johnson welcome the visitors from around the world as they discuss Gender Based Violence. The Tucson Police Department is always willing to meet with the visitors to share knowledge and experience.
The Shadow Wolves hosted the visitors from Europe, taking them on a tour of how the tracking works and the dedicated work of these Tohono O’odham members of ICE.
In July we were fortunate to have visitors from Columbia who had a chance to see the Mexican/American border and visit with Sheriff Tony Estrada. It is always a pleasure for the visitors to spend time with the Sheriff and learn of border issues.