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In Memory of David Harris

(Editor’s note: David Harris is from Fresno and he went on to become a leader in the anti-draft movement during the Vietnam War. During that time, he was married to folk musician Joan Baez, who played [...] Continue Reading

A Musical Homecoming

It was a homecoming for musician Javier Navarrette. He led a master class and played a concert at Fresno State on Oct. 30. He is a graduate of Roosevelt School of the Arts, class of 1990. Steve [...] Continue Reading


Organize for better working conditions. Organize for environmental justice. Organize to win healthcare for all. We know that you can’t wait for the powers that be to bestow upon us what is needed to [...] Continue Reading

Protecting Indigenous Rights

According to Fresno City Council Member Miguel Arias, Fresno is the first city in California to make changes to its Municipal Code that end discrimination against Indigenous people. The amendment also [...] Continue Reading

From the Editor

More Than Ever, Independent Media Makes a Difference It’s no secret that the City and County of Fresno received millions of dollars to manage the homelessness problem. Yet, nothing happened, and [...] Continue Reading

Letter to the Editor

Ceres Paper Trump-Focused The quaint, culturally deficient municipality of Ceres in Stanislaus County is the unfortunate home of what could well be the worst weekly newspaper in America—the Ceres [...] Continue Reading

Neglect and Fatal Defects

The Fresno County Board of Supervisors (BOS) seems incompetent, indifferent and neglectful as they preside over a county care and service crisis. Several examples of the board’s offensive and obdurate [...] Continue Reading