Paul M. Ingram

Paul M. Ingram is a writer and photojournalist in the southwest. He has worked with Reuters, the Associated Press, the Arizona Daily Star, Arizona Public Media, Science Magazine, and TucsonSentinel. He is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists, NAHJ, and the 2013 New York Times Student Journalism Institute
  • Behind a rank of police officers, an activist chained herself along with two others to a bus carrying people slated for an immigration hearing under Operation Streamline.

    La Frontera: Selected Images from the US-Mexico Border

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  • “Grijalva, House Dems call for ‘cease fire’ on deportations”

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    “Border residents demand end to Arivaca checkpoint”

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    “City Council sets new priorities for TPD enforcement of SB 1070″

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    “Avoiding immigration confrontations, TPD changing turn-over tactics”

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  • “Border mayors: Economics ignored in immigration debate”

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    “McCain: Federal shutdown a ‘fool’s errand’”

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  • Behind a rank of police officers, an activist chained herself along with two others to a bus carrying people slated for an immigration hearing under Operation Streamline.

    “Protestors blockade courthouse, force immigration hearing halt”

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  • Through the border wall, a protestor in the United States illuminates a picture of Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez, who was shot to death in Nogales, Sonora by at least one US Border Patrol agent.

    “Photos: Nogales marks one year since teen shot by Border Patrol”

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  • RĂ¡ul Alcaraz Ochoa speaks in front of a standing-room only crowd in the chapel of Southside Presbyterian Church in Tucson on Wednesday.

    “Activists decry, TPD chief defends use of pepper spray during protest”

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  • One of the 'Dream 9' granted parole during asylum proceedings, Claudia Amaro stands with her son outside of the Greyhound station in downtown Tucson on Wednesday afternoon.

    “‘Dream 9′ released from immigration detention”

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    “Tucson activists: Immigration reform a ‘jobs bill for the military”

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