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  • Paulina Cruz

    Paulina Cruz is a fellow with the Community Alliance. She is a Mexican immigrant currently attending Fresno State. She is currently working on an anthropology major with a minor in psychology. She spends her free time writing poetry or painting. 

Knowledge Is Power

“Hate comes in many forms. When our youth do not have equal access to public education, there is a lack of equity and it can oppress and limit opportunities for social mobility and progress. That’s [...] Continue Reading

El conocimiento es poder

“El odio viene en muchas formas. Cuando nuestra juventud no tiene igualdad de acceso a la educación pública, hay falta de equidad y puede oprimir y limitar las oportunidades de movilidad y progreso [...] Continue Reading

Women’s Fight for Rights, Dignity

Almost 50 years ago, the Supreme Court ruled that women had the fundamental right of choice when it came to having an abortion. Abortions were not always illegal; in fact, the first state to impose a [...] Continue Reading

A Community in Need

Since the end of last year, Visalia Planned Parenthood had planned to move from its downtown area location to a larger spot on Mooney Boulevard. Planned Parenthood would have occupied one of the many [...] Continue Reading

Una Comunidad Necesitada

Desde finales del año pasado, Visalia Planned Parenthood había hecho arreglos para mudarse de su ubicación en el centro de la ciudad a un lugar más grande en Mooney Blvd. Planned Parenthood habría [...] Continue Reading

Agustin Lira: A Voice for Change

Looking at the world today, it’s easy to be overwhelmed by bad news. Climate change, discrimination, unjust systems and wars riddle the daily news. Although it is important to keep up with these [...] Continue Reading