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    In Fresno, A Push for More Parks

    Nov 13, 2015

    Kody Stoebig and Ezekiel Benavides

    The kNOw Youth Media reporters Kody Stoebig and Ezekiel Benavides highlight voices calling for Fresno leaders to address their city's status as one of the most "park poor" cities in the nation. Fresno ranked 74 out of 75 in a national study looking at how well the country's largest cities are meeting the need for parks.
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    In Fresno, A Push for More Parks

    Nov 13, 2015

    Kody Stoebig and Ezekiel Benavides

    The kNOw Youth Media reporters Kody Stoebig and Ezekiel Benavides highlight voices calling for Fresno leaders to address their city's status as one of the most "park poor" cities in the nation. Fresno ranked 74 out of 75 in a national study looking at how well the country's largest cities are meeting the need for parks.
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    In Solidarity With Onehealthyfresno Bus Ads Are Not "Too Political"

    Jun 04, 2015

    We’Ced Youth Reporters

    When the City of Fresno deemed an ad depicting disparities in parks across the city as "too political", WeCed's youth journalists decided to weigh in on the mayor's decision, censorship and the importance of green space.
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    In Solidarity With Onehealthyfresno Bus Ads Are Not "Too Political"

    Jun 04, 2015

    We’Ced Youth Reporters

    When the City of Fresno deemed an ad depicting disparities in parks across the city as "too political", WeCed's youth journalists decided to weigh in on the mayor's decision, censorship and the importance of green space.
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    PHOTOS: Children of the Drought

    Jan 16, 2015

    Reyna Olaguez

    One hot day, when I was in college, my friends and I decided we would take a seemingly abandoned boat for a ride down the Kern River and return it when we were done. We talked about life and laughed, the trees arching over the river occasionally brushed us with their branches. Today, that water is no longer there.
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    PHOTOS: Children of the Drought

    Jan 16, 2015

    Reyna Olaguez

    One hot day, when I was in college, my friends and I decided we would take a seemingly abandoned boat for a ride down the Kern River and return it when we were done. We talked about life and laughed, the trees arching over the river occasionally brushed us with their branches. Today, that water is no longer there.
    Continue to California YouthWire/BOOM Magazine