On September 5th, 2017, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the news that the Trump administration is rescinding the Deferred Actions for Childhood Arrivals program, commonly referred to as DACA, and that they will phase out the program within the next six months. This dissemination was met with nationwide protests and rallies to defend the program. Fresno is no stranger to… View Post
Homeless people have it hard enough, don’t you think? Fresno City Council doesn’t seem to understand that. In a 6-1 vote on August 17th, the Unhealthy and Hazardous Camping Act was passed. This gives the Fresno Police Department (FPD) the right to arrest homeless people seen camping on public and private property. Esmeralda Soria seems to be the only council… View Post
On September 5th hundreds gathered outside of the Fresno Federal Courthouse for a rally in support of undocumented people living in America. With Trump signaling the end of DACA, people united to stand with DACA recipients and protest the unjust ruling. Below are photos from the day and quotes from residents who attended.
Episode 7 of The kNOW’s 2017 Summer Podcast Series bring you the third installment of For The REC. In this episode, Enrique Little, Raymart Catacutan and Cruz Rodriguez review the slew of albums that were released on August 25th. including: Lil Uzi Vert’s highly anticipated “Luv is Rage 2”, Brockhampton’s follow up to their critically acclaimed album “Saturation 2” and… View Post
Last Monday, The kNOw had the privilege of attending the Imagine Justice Concert in Sacramento. Hosted by artist and activist Common, Imagine Justice brought 25,000 people together to stand against mass incarceration and the school-to-prison pipeline. As a part of the youth media team, we partnered with youth reporters from Access Sacramento to ask concert goers: What does Imagine Justice… View Post