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Juneteenth, a Celebration to Freedom

On June 17, 2021, President Joe Biden signed the bill making Juneteenth a federal holiday. A memorable act, given the highly separated American society we currently live in. The long sought-after bill [...] Continue Reading

What Is the Liberal Agenda?

When asked why the only Black conservative U.S senator voted not to confirm Ketanji Brown Jackson, the first Black woman to sit on the Supreme Court, Senator Tim Scott (R–S.C.) said, “because she [...] Continue Reading

Abolish the S-Word in Place Names

In 2019, in remembrance of Hanna Harris, the U.S. Senate designated her birthday, May 5, as the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. Harris was just 21 and a [...] Continue Reading

Local Democrats Honor Black History

In celebration of Black History Month, Fresno County Democrats hosted an event honoring Black elected officials (BEOs) and Black candidates seeking office this year. Held in the parking lot of the [...] Continue Reading

Remembering and Honoring Dr. King

January 17th was a federal holiday in honor of Dr. King's 93rd birthday which was observed across the nation and abroad. Let us take a moment to reflect on the life and legacy of this legendary and [...] Continue Reading