“No cuts, no fees, education must be free”
on October 7, 2010
Hundreds of UC Berkeley students, faculty and workers started chanting at noon during a rally in response to fee hikes, layoffs and furloughs. Early this morning, people were scattered around the campus, picketing and handing out flyers to students on their way to class. A noon rally will lead into a march and a sit-in until 5pm today.
If you’re not familiar with past California education budget protests, get the scoop on our special page dedicated to keeping you informed of the state’s budget crisis and its effects on the public school system.
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