June 2002

You can read the .pdf version of the June 2002  Community Alliance below. There are features that allow viewers to increase the size of the pages for easier reading. Simply place your cursor over the content to access the feature to enlarge the image and turn the page.


Table of Contents

Page 1  Fresno Center for Non-Violence turns 10

Page 3  Who Does the Work? by David Bacon

Page 4  a million voices for legalization by the United Farm Workers

Page 5  Drive thru mall by Stefanie Monahan

Page 5  Looking for Bobby Fischer by Pam Whalen

Page 6  The Wheel by James Bartram

Page 7  Fresno hosts Green Party general assembly by Greg Fletcher

Page 8 & 9 Fresno Center for Non Violence ten year anniversary by Richard Stone

Page 10  Michael Parenti Speaks

Page 10 Police oversight needed now!  by Ellie Bluestein

Page 11  In the midst of plenty by Diane Scott

Page 12 & 13 Calendar

Page 14  Stupid white men by Pam Whalen

Page 14  Multicultural Ethnic Festival

Page 14  Fresno Filmworks by Dixie Salazar

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

Page 16 Got Air? by Kevin Hall


  • David Bacon

    David Bacon is a California journalist and photographer, and a former union organizer. His latest book is In the Fields of the North/En los campos del Norte (University of California/Colegio de la Frontera Norte, 2017).

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  • Pam Whalen

    Pam Whalen is a longtime labor and community activist and a member of the editorial board of the Community Alliance. Contact her at pwhalen@doloreshuerta.org.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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