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What Happened in Santiago and Why

On March 17, in Santiago de Cuba, the nation’s second largest city, many people took to the streets and held a demonstration because of the long hours of electrical outages due to fuel shortages and [...] Continue Reading

Surviving Injustice

Douglas “Chief” Stankewitz, the Monache man from Big Sandy Rancheria (Fresno County), has never wavered in his fight for freedom. Sentenced to death in October 1978, Stankewitz has lived through five [...] Continue Reading

Day of Remembrance

It was an historically ironic location for the Japanese American Citizens League’s annual Day of Remembrance—the Fresno Fairgrounds, where thousands of American citizens were held for months living in [...] Continue Reading

United Against Hate

California Attorney General Rob Bonta will be the keynote speaker on April 6 at the United Against Hate forum at Fresno City College. “We must stand united against hate and do our part to prevent [...] Continue Reading