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Fresno Demonstrates about War

Since war broke out on Oct. 7 in Israel and Gaza, there have been several events and demonstrations in Fresno. Some events were in support of Israel, and several were in support of Palestine. There [...] 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

Death and Injustice in Fresno

There is an unequal justice system in Fresno. One for the police and the rich. Another for the poor and working class. For the unhoused of Fresno, there is often no justice. Some recent examples of [...] Continue Reading

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly 

Suffering by the numbers: In 2022, the federal Housing and Urban Development (HUD) department reported 582,000 unhoused individuals in the United States. Of that number, 233,832 were unsheltered and [...] Continue Reading

Lo Bueno, lo Malo y lo Feo

Las cifras que duelen: en 2022, la agencia federal de Vivienda y Desarrollo Urbano (HUD) informó que había 582.000 personas sin vivienda en Estados Unidos. De esa cifra, 233.832 se encontraban sin [...] Continue Reading

Kill the Poor

The well-known punk rock band, the Dead Kennedys, released a song in 1980 about the neutron bomb called “Kill the Poor.” Here’s some of the lyrics. Now that we have the neutron bomb It’s nice [...] Continue Reading

Maten a Los Pobres

La conocida banda de punk rock, “The Dead Kennedys”, lanzó una canción en 1980 sobre la bomba de neutrones llamada Kill the Poor (Maten a Los Pobres). Parte de la letra dice: Ahora que tenemos la [...] Continue Reading

Fresno Policy Kills, Say Their Names

Our economic system, with its excessive corporate greed and its concentration of ownership and power, destroys anything that gets in the way of profits. It destroys lives and discards human beings. [...] Continue Reading

Clovis Fought the Law and the Law Won

“Clovis didn’t get to be 70% white by accident,” said Patience Milrod in 2019 when filing a lawsuit initiated by longtime housing and homeless advocate Dez Martinez against the City. Milrod continued, [...] Continue Reading