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  • Community Alliance

    The Community Alliance is a monthly newspaper that has been published in Fresno, California, since 1996. The purpose of the newspaper is to help build a progressive movement for social and economic justice.

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End the War

So that U.S military deaths are decreased 6,392 in Iraq and Afghanistan and Civilian deaths are decreased. 869,720 in Iraq and Afghanistan So that The Pentagon budget is decreased. Current Pentagon [...] Continue Reading

21st Cuba Caravan Packs a Few Surprises

Editor’s Note: Gerry Bill recently returned from the 2010 Pastors for Peace Caravan to Cuba, his fourth such caravan in as many years. These are his observations of this year’s events. By Gerry [...] Continue Reading

Information Is Power

By Paul Boden It is hard to cut through the never-ending news cycles that bombard us daily to deliver a message. If your organization lacks resources and political clout, it becomes even harder. If [...] Continue Reading

“Losing a Family Member”

Much of society views homeless people as a burden because they set up camps around social service facilities in order to receive free meals or care. Homeless people are harassed by the police, [...] Continue Reading

State of Art in Fresno

It’s hard not to like Mark Rodriguez. Maybe it’s something about the lines around his eyes when he is smiling. Which is something he does often when talking about what he loves to do and has been [...] Continue Reading

Credo: Gloria Hernandez

Ally or opponent, everyone knows that Gloria Hernandez means business. For decades now, since walking the UFW picket lines as a child with her parents, Gloria has been out front demanding justice and [...] Continue Reading

Fresno/Clovis CROP Hunger Walk

I had the privilege of meeting with Paul Pierce and Gary Greenberg to discuss the Fresno/Clovis CROP Hunger Walk, which will take place on Sunday, October 24, at Temple Beth Israel (TBI) at 2:30 p.m. [...] Continue Reading

Welcome to CineCulture

CineCulture is a film series provided as a service to the community at no charge. It is also a campus club and is offered as an academic course in the Mass Communication and Journalism Department. My [...] Continue Reading