Alisa Reznick

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Senior Field Correspondent - Tucson

Alisa Reznick is a senior field correspondent covering stories across southern Arizona and the borderlands for the Tucson bureau of KJZZ's Fronteras Desk.

Prior to joining KJZZ, she covered border and immigration at Arizona Public Media, where she was awarded a regional Edward R. Murrow Award for her coverage of Indigenous-led protests against border wall construction.

Reznick started her career working in bilingual newsrooms and as a freelance journalist in Amman, Jordan. Her reporting on migration, refugees and human rights has appeared on PRX’s The World, Al Jazeera and Nova PBS, among others. As a recipient of the International Labour Organization's FAIRWAY Reporting Fellowship, she spent six months reporting on labor migration issues across Arab States.

Originally from Flagstaff, she likes climbing, being outdoors and Pluto.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Activists, lawmakers point to U.S. policy's role in Texas migrant tragedy Alisa Reznick June 30, 2022
Activists hope AZ ballot initiative will protect abortion access Alisa Reznick June 29, 2022
DHS introduces exemptions to broaden protections for Afghan refugees Alisa Reznick June 16, 2022
10 years in, DACA recipients still searching for permanent solutions Alisa Reznick June 15, 2022
Supreme Court ruling could transform how immigration policy is challenged Alisa Reznick June 15, 2022
Universities in AZ, across U.S. urge more support for refugee students Alisa Reznick June 14, 2022
Some Border Patrol agents will carry heat stress kits Alisa Reznick June 14, 2022
Government will appeal Texas ruling against Biden's deportation priorities Alisa Reznick June 13, 2022
ICE will consider military service before pursuing deportation of some migrants Alisa Reznick June 13, 2022
Would-be DACA recipients file motion for relief as court decision looms Alisa Reznick June 8, 2022
Some politicians insist migrants bring drugs across border. Data tells a different story Alisa Reznick June 1, 2022
Record 100M people have been displaced from their homes worldwide Alisa Reznick June 1, 2022
COVID wastewater testing data to be published for Pima County Alisa Reznick May 31, 2022
Most of the 100,000 undocumented graduates this year can't get DACA Alisa Reznick May 31, 2022
The new asylum rule's slow rollout begins in Texas Alisa Reznick May 31, 2022
Pima County's animal shelter is currently out of space for dogs. It's asking the public for help Alisa Reznick May 28, 2022
Infrastructure money to help Tucson address groundwater contamination Alisa Reznick May 26, 2022
Judge: Hudbay's new Copper World mine prep can continue in Santa Ritas Alisa Reznick May 26, 2022
Asylum seekers adjusting to a new limbo after Title 42 decision Alisa Reznick May 27, 2022
Asylum seekers in Nogales hold vigil after Title 42 news Alisa Reznick May 24, 2022
Rosemont Copper Mine is blocked by court order, but advocates are wary Alisa Reznick May 18, 2022
Tucson voters approve a sales tax extension for road repairs Alisa Reznick May 18, 2022
Pima County votes to install new ballot drop-off, emergency voting sites Alisa Reznick May 18, 2022
In April, overall encounters rose along border, but arrests fell slightly Alisa Reznick May 18, 2022
Asylum-seeking family can't intervene in AZ's Title 42 suit Alisa Reznick May 16, 2022

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