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Leaving Afghanistan Finally, the United States is out of Afghanistan after 20 years of a failed invasion that left about 2,000 American soldiers dead and countless injured. Billions spent—and lots [...] Continue Reading

Letters to the Editor

Diversity at FUSDI have taught history/social science for 16 years in high school and middle school. This is my 14th year in Fresno Unified School District (FUSD) as a seventh-grade world history [...] Continue Reading

All in for Vaccinations

California has barely passed the 50% mark of vaccinated residents. Despite the fact that vaccines and vaccination posts are available with almost no waiting in line, even with incentives—$50 gift [...] Continue Reading

Teen Stress

(Editor’s note: The following letter is in regard to an article published in the January 2020 edition of the Community Alliance.) I am concerned that the issues stated in the article, “What to Do [...] Continue Reading

Bad and Good News

Welcome to the July edition. It’s amazing how fast time goes by. July isn’t just the middle of the year, it is also the beginning of summer, which officially started June 20. And we are not facing a [...] Continue Reading

LTE: Concerns About Dyer’s Budget

I recently listened to a Fresno City Council meeting concerning the proposed budget. It appears [Fresno Mayor] Jerry Dyer (and others presenting his proposals) is in total charge of what he wants [...] Continue Reading

Concerns About Dyer’s Budget

I recently listened to a Fresno City Council meeting concerning the proposed budget. It appears [Fresno Mayor] Jerry Dyer (and others presenting his proposals) is in total charge of what he wants [...] Continue Reading

Freedom School Earth Day 2021

The Freedom School celebrated Earth Day on April 22 at Rev. Floyd Harris’s Free AME Church in Fresno. Dr. Jean Kennedy served as moderator. They welcomed folks to the festival, by walking and [...] Continue Reading

News About the Community Alliance

The current issue of the Community Alliance newspaper contains a wide variety of stories that I am convinced are of interest to our audience. Besides the print version, our online version gets updated [...] Continue Reading

Letters to the Editor – May 2021

E-Note Biden is going big. He should also go big when it comes to the arts and our cultural infrastructure. The arts too often are a side order; it’s linked to economic recovery in order to [...] Continue Reading