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Knowledge Is Power

“Hate comes in many forms. When our youth do not have equal access to public education, there is a lack of equity and it can oppress and limit opportunities for social mobility and progress. That’s [...] Continue Reading

10 Years of Covered California

Ten years ago, Covered California started to enroll people to its wide variety of health insurance options. Called a “market of health insurance,” its originality resides in the chance to shop for the [...] Continue Reading

FUSD Academic Performance in Decline

Some call it “product downsizing.” For others, it’s “shrinkflation.” It happens when you buy tissue paper or instant coffee, and the amount you get is less than what used to be in the same [...] Continue Reading

Vivos Se Los Llevaron*

On Sept. 26, 2014, a group of almost 100 student activists from the Ayotzinapa Normal School (a teacher training school) near Tixtla, in the middle of the state of Guerrero, Mexico, headed to Mexico [...] Continue Reading

Bill Simon ¡Presente!

Bill Simon, of Fresno, passed on Aug. 17 due to complications from diabetes. He was 79. Simon was raised in the Chicago area and served as a priest in the Archdiocese of Chicago. After leaving the [...] Continue Reading

FUSD Special Election

A special election will take place on April 12 to replace Fresno Unified School District (FUSD) Trustee Carol Mills, who passed away last year. She served as a trustee for 17 years. Trustee Area 5 [...] Continue Reading

Are We Heading toward World War III? 

By Alice Slater It has become unbearable to observe the Western media, in the grip of corrupt military contractors, wielding their undue influence on the unknowing victims of the media “news” [...] Continue Reading

Remembering and Honoring Dr. King

Jan. 17 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 iconic [...] Continue Reading