Mission students, teachers march for public education
on March 4, 2010
Students, parents and teachers flooded Mission Street this afternoon, protesting budget cuts to California’s public education system. The crowd of at least two thousand people stretched three blocks as it swept through the neighborhood on its way to Civic Center where protesters from across the city converged for a rally. Mission Local’s Deia de Brito, Bridget Huber and Mabel Jiménez bring us the story.
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