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June 4th SPEAK OUT!

Date:
Friday, June 4, 2010
Time:
12:00pm – 2:00pm
Location:
UCSD/Library Walk

March FOURTH is NOT over!!!!
On JUNE 4th Students, Workers, Professors, Lecturers, and Allies Stand United!

WE DEMAND:

1. NO BUDGET CUTS! NO FEE HIKES!

2. RE-HIRE LAID OFF WORKERS!

3. PROTECT TENURED PROFESSORS & ACADEMIC FREEDOM

4. STOP RACIST PRACTICES & PROTEST SB1070!

We stand united with the students of Puerto Rico. Together we must stop the privatization of our public education, we must fight for accessible higher education, we must boycott a system that prioritizes military and correctional spending over education, we must not accept the excuses of the regents who pretend their hands are tied.

We want to hear the voices of the students. We would like for you to share your stories and your thoughts on June 4th. Please follow the post to the google sign-up sheet below if you’re interested in addressing your peers, allies, and community. You are ALL leaders. Your stories and voices are important! We must speak out for all the students who do and will find higher education impossible to attain.

Together we must FREE KNOWLEDGE FROM POWER!

In Solidarity,
UCSD’s Coalition For Educational Justice

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  1. Rich
    June 7, 2010 at 12:17 pm | #1

    Why should my tax dollars pay for snot-nosed college students to get a “free education”? Especially since an education does not require a college degree. You can read the same books, journals, papers, etc. in any public library and be just as educated as someone who paid for a degree. Of course the irony is just that, you are paying for the label and it isn’t really so much about an education at that point. If you want to be really revolutionary and fight the power, don’t go to college, go to a library instead and prove yourself that way.

    It is going to be great when the fees go up just to hear all the complaints. First lesson of the real world…you don’t get want you think you deserve.

    Oh yeah, UCSD’s strengths are its science/engineering programs not its humanities. So suck it.

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