January 2002

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January 2002

Table of Contents

Page 1 Martin Luther King Celebrations

Page 2 L/CA Twin Outlines Ongoing Programs by Vickie Fouts

Page 2 Mike’s Message From the Editor by Mike Rhodes

Page 3 King’s Legacy: Seek Economic and Social Justice by Vickie Fouts

Page 4 Finding Meaning & Power by Glenn DeVoogd

Page 4 Health Care for All by Ray Ensher

Page 4 Help Homeless Sleepers

Page 5 Let’s be Massive in January by Bob Fischer

Page 6 Immigrant Rights are Human Rights by George Elfie Ballis

Page 7 First Annual Tamejave Festival

Page 8 & 9 Peace with Justice Actions by Richard Stone, Peter Hudson, Kenley Neufeld, Ken Hudson and Vince Lavery

Page 10 KFCF 88.1 FM by KFCF and Vickie Fouts

Page 11 Bush Now Has Absolute Despotic Power by Bob Fischer

Page 12 Give Dooley fast track back to farm

Page 12 Fairness for injured workers by Kelly Hayes-Raitt

Page 13 Calendar of Events

Page 14 The Fresno Center For Nonviolence Sponsored Page

Page 15 Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom Sponsored Page

Page 16 Fresno’s War on Terror. . .er. . .Teens by Kevin Hall


  • Kevin Hall

    Kevin Hall hosts Climate Politics on KFCF 88.1 FM every second and fourth Friday, 5 p.m.–6 p.m. He tweets as @airfrezno and @sjvalleyclimate and coordinates an informal network of climate activists at www.valleyclimate.org. Contact him at sjvalleyclimate@gmail.com for presentations and information.

  • Mike Rhodes

    Mike Rhodes is the executive director of the Community Alliance, was the editor of this newspaper from 1998 to 2014 and the author of several books. Contact him at mikerhodes@fresnoalliance.com.

  • Richard Stone

    Richard Stone was a member of the Community Alliance newspaper Editorial Board. He wrote a series of articles about activists in Fresno, "Hidden in Plain Sight, Profiles of Fresno's Unsung Progressive Activists.

  • Vickie M. Fouts

    Vickie M. Fouts is the director/organizer of the Uprooting Racism Project and a member of EMC ACTION (Eastern Madera County Active Communities That Include Our Neighbors).

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