Targeting wealth inequality and the climate change crisis, Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders addressed a large crowd at Fresno City College Friday amid a sea of “Bernie” signs and episodic chants of his first name.

Sanders spoke about a litany of proposals his administration would support including health care as a human right, free college education, the legalization of marijuana in every state, expunging the records of people arrested for marijuana crimes and erasing student debt.

He called the huge gaps in levels of income and wealth in the United States obscene.

“It is not acceptable to me, or you, that three people in America own more wealth than the bottom half of American society,” he said as the crowd cheered.