/ Modified apr 15, 2016 12:11 p.m.

A Holocaust History for Tucson; and SACASA's Mission During Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Chris Dashiell reviews "The Thin Yellow Line"; and a woman realizes her Japanese garden dreams in Tucson.

wall faces Spotlight More than 260 Holocaust survivors came to Southern Arizona after the War. Their testimonies and portraits are on display at the Holocaust History Center.
Julie Luchetta

Featured on the April 15th, 2016 edition of ARIZONA SPOTLIGHT with host Mark McLemore:


  • Located on the site of the oldest synagogue in Arizona, The Jewish History Museum in Downtown Tucson is now home to The Holocaust History Center, a permanent exhibition that honors the memory of victims and survivors, and explores the political and social history of the Holocaust...

  • April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and Mark leads a roundtable discussion with three representatives from SACASA (The Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault) about how they accomplish their mission, and some of the special factors that impact the way sexual assault cases are handled in Arizona...

Listen to a longer version of this conversation:

ARIZONA SPOTLIGHT airs every Friday at 8:30 am and 6:00 pm, and every Saturday at 5:00 pm, on NPR 89.1 FM / 1550 AM.

thin yellow line bull spotlight A scene from director Celso Garcia's "La Delgada Línea Amarilla" or "The Thin Yellow Line".
By posting comments, you agree to our
AZPM encourages comments, but comments that contain profanity, unrelated information, threats, libel, defamatory statements, obscenities, pornography or that violate the law are not allowed. Comments that promote commercial products or services are not allowed. Comments in violation of this policy will be removed. Continued posting of comments that violate this policy will result in the commenter being banned from the site.

By submitting your comments, you hereby give AZPM the right to post your comments and potentially use them in any other form of media operated by this institution.
Arizona Public Media is a service of the University of Arizona and our broadcast stations are licensed to the Arizona Board of Regents who hold the trademarks for Arizona Public Media and AZPM. We respectfully acknowledge the University of Arizona is on the land and territories of Indigenous peoples.
The University of Arizona