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Disagree versus Disagreeable

By Ruth Gadebusch What a sad state it is when so many seem to think they must be disagreeable when disagreeing. At this time, the focus is on the Fresno State professor who chose to make [...] Continue Reading

The Face of Racism

By Kevin Hall A pustule occasionally erupts on Fresno’s complacent face of institutionalized racism. At the Jan. 25 City Council meeting, it was Council Member Steve Brandau’s turn. Again. He [...] Continue Reading

Lest We Forget

By Ruth Gadebusch Just as February has been designated Black History Month, March is Women’s History Month in recognition of the void in telling our history fully. It is more than a matter of pride. [...] Continue Reading

Pop Culture Invades North Fresno

By Andy Hansen-Smith A music concert called Grizzly Fest in the vein of a smaller Coachella or Napa Valley’s Bottle Rock is scheduled for May 18–19 at Woodward Park but not without controversy. Was [...] Continue Reading


About 1,200 people marched in Fresno’s annual Martin Luther King Day March from St. John’s Church to a rally at Fresno City Hall on the morning of January 15. [...] Continue Reading

Hello America, Your President Is Racist

By Miguel Bibanco Editor’s note: This article is republished from The Know Youth Media with permission and was originally published at https://theknowfresno.org/. Hello America, your President is [...] Continue Reading