I got this in the mail the other day and I really appreciated its core message to the LGBTQ+ community.
The message is clear: Let’s protect our LGBTQ+ and marginalized communities!
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College campuses, unlike K-12 educational institutions have had substantially less in person attendance, in which the facilities were practically empty except for essential staff members and certain services provided to students. Fresno City College (CCC, California Community College) and Fresno State (CSU, California State University) are expected to hold in person classes for the upcoming fall semester.
However, with the rise of the delta variant, COVID-19 vaccinations are now going to be mandatory. All CSUs and CCCs currently enforce this rule, as do many other institutions (500+) across the country. But for whatever reason, some “students” are opposing the mandated vaccinations. How stupid; did we just not endure hundreds of thousands of causalities and a crippled economy? Now we’re finally finally in the throes of recovering (thanks to vaccinations and other COVID-19 measures) only for people to make a u-turn back into the pandemic?
Featured image: Anti-vaxxer Alyssa Jones, as seen in the linked article.
Annalisa is the President of the State Center Community College District Board of Trustees, an office she was elected to in 2018. She represents the Tower District, Downtown Fresno, Southeast Fresno, and West of HWY 99. As a Trustee, Annalisa has worked tirelessly to make community college more affordable, expand critical professional workforce programs to give our residents the skills they need to get good-paying jobs, and has ensured fiscally-responsible oversight so that our tax dollars are being responsibly spent.
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