California Fair Share

A grassroots campaign to make sure everyone gets a fair shot, pays their fair share and plays by the same rules

Category Archives: Opinion

In the Teacher’s Shoes: A Classroom Fight

Editor’s Note: The following blog post is part of an occasional series, in which California Fair Share communications intern J. Michael Rivera shares an inside look at the world of … Continue reading

December 4, 2013

In a Teacher’s Shoes: Observations From the Classroom

Editor’s Note: The following blog post is first in what will be an occasional series, in which California Fair Share communications Intern Jay Rivera shares an inside look at the … Continue reading

November 25, 2013

Nov. 1 SNAP cuts are like stealing a kindergartener’s lunch money

A bean burrito, two tacos, or a cheeseburger are good in a pinch when food options are limited, but if some members of Congress have their way, these fast-food dollar … Continue reading

October 30, 2013

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@cafairshare interns Paulette Greenhouse and Jay Rivera complete a poster prior to today's 2 PM press conference at Congressman Ami Bera's Rancho Cordova district office, to urge Congressional leaders to stop cuts to education. We did it! @CAFairShare State Director Patrick Stelmach (center), with interns Paulette Greenhouse and Jay Rivera celebrate after gathering 206 signatures in a few rainy hours at American River College in Sacramento on Nov. 21. Join the fight to stop cuts to education. Sign the petition online: http://Bit.ly/kidsnotcuts
@livinginthegridlock #kidsnotcuts @CAFairShare communications intern Jay Rivera talks to an American River College student about the impact of a proposed $6.9 billion in cuts to education at a petition drive Nov. 21. Join the fight and sign the petition online: http://Bit.ly/kidsnotcuts