Stop Discrimination of the Homeless
This letter concerns the flagrant discrimination against our long-suffering homeless individuals and leaders’ refusal to provide nice studio [or] one-bedroom [...] Continue Reading
Ruth Gadebusch’s column is the first I read every month. While I didn’t watch all 2,800 hours of the Olympics, Ruth lays out that modeling peace and cooperation from the participant nations is more [...] Continue Reading
Small Changes Bring Encouragement
On Feb. 16, the Fresno City Council passed a resolution that could change the name of Kings Canyon Avenue to Cesar Chavez Avenue. The process could take up to [...] Continue Reading
Community Alliance Newsstand Stolen
I am infuriated by your story about your stolen newsstands. My daughter and I met you over 10 years ago back when you had an office across the street from Fresno [...] Continue Reading
New Year, Same Pandemic
A new year usually brings the illusion of positive changes for us as well as for the world around us. But the pandemic doesn’t care about our illusions and plays by its [...] Continue Reading
Responding to a Culturally Insensitive Letter
I am deeply troubled that the letter by Donald Slinkard was printed in your newspaper. It is a whitewashing of slavery and genocide celebration. It [...] Continue Reading
New Year, New Hope
The new year is here with us, and as usual, most people renew their hopes and illusions that things will be better—either at their personal level and/or at a societal [...] Continue Reading
I just read that our lying, deceitful, racist, simply evil man Devin Nunes is planning to resign, to go work for Trump media.
What more evidence do we need to support the [...] Continue Reading
Climate Change or Climate Disaster?
The term climate change is misleading in the wrong direction. Earth’s climate has changed many times over millions and billions of years.
What is happening [...] Continue Reading
With higher housing costs drawing speculators to the local housing market, why can’t we have an immediate primary residential limit on all future single-family housing sales? That [...] Continue Reading
The Recall Failed: Now What?
The “recall Newsom” vote of Sept, 14 failed drastically. “No” won by a big margin, about 62% versus 38%. Curiously, some counties considered conservative voted to keep [...] Continue Reading
(Editor’s note: The letters below are in response to “Fourth Grade Student with a History Lesson Confronts School District,” which appeared in the September 2021 issue of the Community Alliance [...] Continue Reading