The Community Alliance is an independent voice for workers and progressive groups in the Central San Joaquin Valley. The goal of this monthly newspaper is to build a powerful progressive movement that will support social, environmental, and economic justice; immigrant rights; and a living wage for all people. We seek to expose social and political injustices and to link the diverse network of activists working in our community.
Hannah Brandt: (559) 492-0253 email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Patty Bennett • Sandra Celedon-Castro • Beverly Fitzpatrick • Daniel O’Connell • Camille Russell • Richard Stone • Amanda Tripp • Pam Whalen • Dan Yaseen
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: Michael Evans
Dan Yaseen: (559) 251-3361, email@example.com
SUBSCRIPTIONS: Vic Bedoian, firstname.lastname@example.org
Joel Perez, email@example.com
DISTRIBUTION COORDINATOR: Peter Maiden
PHOTOGRAPHERS: Richard Iyall, Peter Maiden
Send $60 (progressive movement builder),
$40 (regular) or $15 (low income) to
COMMUNITY ALLIANCE NEWSPAPER
P.O. Box 5077
Fresno, CA 93755
*Deadline: the 15th of the preceding month
Word limit: Letters to the editor, 300 words or less. Articles 800-1,200 words or less.
Please submit with images or photos if possible. Contact the editor for more details. Submissions are not guaranteed to be published.
*Peace and Social Justice Calendar: 150 words or less. Please submit all events and actions to firstname.lastname@example.org
(559) 492-0253 • email@example.com• www.fresnoalliance.org, www.fresnoalliance.com
You may pick up print copies of the newspaper the first week of the month at the Center for Nonviolence, 1584 N. Van Ness Ave, Fresno, CA 93728 on Mon-Fri 11-3. A limited number of back issue copies are available upon request.
The Community Alliance newspaper reserves the right to edit all articles for space and clarity. The Community Alliance newspaper is printed on recycled paper. Any inserts found inside the newspaper without our official Community Alliance logo were placed there without our knowledge, do not come from Community Alliance, and we are not responsible for that content.