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  • David E. Roy, a recently retired psychotherapist after 45 years, moved to Fresno in 1987. His Ph.D. combined psychotherapy, philosophy and theology. He’s worked as a journalist in Tucson, was on Fresno’s Human Relations Commission and was the first marriage and family therapist hired by Fresno County. He’s currently working on a coherent theory about the roots of our species’ current trend toward domination and violence. He oversees 12 rescued cats.

In the Dark of the Valley

In the Dark of the Valley exemplifies how an actual grassroots movement and campaign can be given life and develop. It is a compelling account of the all-too-familiar smashup between mistreated [...] Continue Reading

September 2009

IN THIS ISSUE: Drug Wars in FresnoCan Labor Get Out of This Mess?Community Alliance Writer Put in Solitary ConfinementLetters to the EditorDolores Huerta to Speak in FresnoWorking Against the Death [...] Continue Reading

August 2009

IN THIS ISSUE: Thirsty Down in Nobama CountyLethal InjectionZip Gun IIWater: Think Food SecurityGrassroots ProfileOrganizational Profile: Local MotionDr. Paul Dale BushReceives the 2009 [...] Continue Reading

July 2009

IN THIS ISSUE: San Francisco Mime Troupe Comes to Fresno The PR Firm from Hell Letters to the editor Progressive News Briefs Fresno Area ACLU Summer Camp on the San Joaquin [...] Continue Reading

June 2009

IN THIS ISSUE: Fresno Is Ground Zero in Labor StruggleAre We All Socialists Now?Baucus' Raucous CaucusFrom the EditorProgressive News BriefsWill Changes in Democratic Leadership Affect the Central [...] Continue Reading

May 2009

IN THIS ISSUE: Why Immigrant Workers Will Fill the Streets this May DayRogue Prison Staff: Breaking all the Rules Readers Respond To Boston's Previous Article Guest Editorial about how to end [...] Continue Reading