Gun Violence

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We Can Do Better

Rat-a-tat-tat. Bang, bang, swosh. Another life lost to gunshot. How many? How long are we going to tolerate this loss of life, this loss of talent, this sorrow? How long? How long? A Colorado [...] Continue Reading

March for Our Lives

Over 100 people came out on a hot Fresno day to protest recent gun violence incidents and call for legislation to reduce access to the weapons used in these mass shootings.  Chanting “not one [...] Continue Reading

From the Editor

A Victory and a Tragedy In a violent and convulsive world, any good news is welcome. And Fresno got good news on May 17 when Judge Dale Drozd announced his judgment regarding a lawsuit brought by [...] Continue Reading

Seven Years Later

By Ruth Gadebusch On the seven-year-anniversary of that horrific shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut, the gun situation in this nation is hardly better. In fact, one could argue [...] Continue Reading


Thousands of Fresnans gathered at Fresno High School on March 24 in support of students throughout the country advocating an end to gun violence. Students, families and supporters of March for Our [...] Continue Reading