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The Invisibility of Asians in America

The Asian American community is one of the oldest in the United States, yet they are still viewed as “foreigners” by many Americans. “Discrimination has always shaped us,” said Dr. Russell Jeung, [...] Continue Reading

Racism Is a Virus

When we look at the violence constantly inflicted upon marginalized groups, we have to understand our part. People mistakenly think there are two roles: the perpetrator and the victim. But that isn’t [...] Continue Reading

El Racismo es un Virus

Cuando miramos la violencia infligida constantemente a los grupos marginados, tenemos que entender nuestra responsabilidad. La gente piensa erróneamente que nada mas hay dos roles; el perpetrador y la [...] Continue Reading

May 2023 Final

You can read the print version of the paper below. This is a .pdf of the May 2023 Community Alliance newspaper. There are features that allow viewers to increase the size of the pages for easier [...] Continue Reading

Racism Depends on Power to Thrive

An African-American girl attending Wilson Middle School in Chowchilla in Madera County is trying her best to stand up against racism, but it seems those in power won’t listen. The father of the [...] Continue Reading