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PPAA’s 2020 Candidate Endorsements: School Board Write-In Candidates!

Planned Parenthood Advocates of Arizona is proud to endorse these school board candidates from the Roosevelt and Chandler Union School Districts running for their respective governing boards as write-in candidates.

Sept. 30, 2020

PPAA’s 2020 Candidate Endorsements: Elect School Board Candidates That Will Represent You!

School boards are not all identical. They represent multiple stakeholders and institutions within the community, such as parents, guardians, students, and educators. They represent nonprofit workers, health care workers, and business leaders. This varied set of perspectives allows for a more comprehensive ability to approach issues and concerns within schools and the community. Planned Parenthood Advocates of Arizona is proud to endorse a diverse range of candidates running for K-12 school and college board districts in Maricopa County. This November, it’s our job, every one of us, to ensure that we elect school board members that represent our communities and are working with and for us!

Sept. 25, 2020

PPAA’s 2020 Candidate Endorsements: More School Board Endorsements + Invest in Ed!

In these final 55 days leading up until election day, there is still time to learn about the candidates, and initiatives, running to help shape Arizona’s public schools. We are excited to share some of our 2020 endorsed school board candidates running in Pima County and a ballot initiative that will take action for students and teachers across Arizona.

Sept. 10, 2020

Standing with the Missing: Tucson Hosts the REDress Project

Last year, on March 11, red shirts and dresses filled the Arizona House of Representatives. Activists wore the color in support of HB 2570, a bill introduced by Rep. Jennifer Jermaine, D-Chandler, to address an ongoing crisis in Arizona’s Native American communities.

Jan. 6, 2020

STD Awareness: Fighting STDs with Education

Here in Arizona, Tucson Unified School District has been taking steps toward adopting a comprehensive, inclusive, age-appropriate, and medically accurate sex education program, but it’s been repeatedly delayed by a vocal minority. In September, a vote was put on hold after the superintendent recommended changing the proposed curriculum to focus on abstinence as the preferred method for avoiding STDs and unintended pregnancies.

Nov. 4, 2019