Jude Joffe-Block

New Arizona Fellow

Jude Joffe-Block is a New Arizona Fellow at New America. She will co-author a book and produce long-form audio stories about how Sheriff Joe Arpaio pioneered local immigration enforcement initiatives in Arizona's Maricopa County, and the class action racial profiling lawsuit Latino drivers brought to challenge those tactics. The book will be written with journalist Terry Greene Sterling. From 2010-2017, Joffe-Block was a senior field correspondent for the NPR station in Phoenix, where she covered immigration and politics for public radio stations in the Southwest and national NPR shows. She is a former Fulbright Scholar in Mexico and has degrees from Yale University and U.C. Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism.

All Work

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Trump and Arpaio: the bromance that led to the presidency and a pardon

Jude Joffe-Block writes for The Guardian about the pardon of Joe Arpaio


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Jude Joffe-Block Named Best Investigative Radio Journalist by Phoenix Magazine

Jude Joffe-Block was named Best Investigative Radio Journalist by Phoenix Magazine for her coverage of former Sheriff Joe Arpaio's criminal


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'America's Toughest Sheriff' Joe Arpaio Goes On Trial

Jude Joffe-Block covered former Sheriff Joe Arpaio's criminal contempt of court trial for National Public Radio.


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Wooing Latino Voters On The Border In The Year Of Trump

Jude Joffe-Block reported for National Public Radio about wooing Latino voters on the border.


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A Local Sheriff's Race Is Drawing National Attention And A Hefty Price Tag

Jude Joffe-Block reported for NPR's Weekend Edition about Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Maricopa County's anti-immigration sheriff.