Tag Archives: Arizona

Q&A | Megan Kimble Ate No Processed Food For a Year, Here’s Why

Tucson, Arizona-based author Megan Kimble spent a year eating only whole, unprocessed foods and wrote a book about it. Unprocessed: My City-Dwelling Year of Reclaiming Real Food is the Edible Baja Arizona Managing Editor’s first book and memoir, and explores what eating unprocessed really means, why it matters and how to afford it.  Continue →

Q&A | Chelsea Halstead on identifying the bodies of border crossers

Chelsea Halstead manages the Missing Migrant Project at the Colibrí Center for Human Rights in Tucson, Arizona. She works to identify the bodies of border crossers between Latin America and the US, who fail in their attempt. Sarah spoke to her about some of the factors driving the current border crisis. Continue →