March 4

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News & Updates from March 4

In California hundreds of rallies took place (more than listed below). Other good sources: SocialistWorker, Indybay.

(Feel free to comment with corrections. Last update: 10:10am mar.7.10)

University of California

UC Santa Cruz

5:00am: Students out blocking streets at the intersection of High & Western, Hagar and Coolidge, and the western entrance of campus effective shutting it down. Only people on foot can enter campus.

6:30am - High and Western

7:00am: Some people have been hit by cars breaking the picket line, breaking someone’s leg and hitting another 3 or so people.

Tan volvo plowing through strikers despite it was being let through slowly. The car accelerated as strikers were trying to control traffic flow traveling down High street.

8:00am: Campus administrators activated the CruzAlert messaging system with the following message “Please avoid both campus entrances due to safety concerns. Check web or 459-INFO at noon for update.” (source)

9:40am: Currently a rally is being held at the main entrance (i.e. the east entrance) with 250 participants. For a while 2 helicopters were flying above. The students blocking the intersection of High and Western have left after most of the workers were blocked from entering campus (it would appear some dining hall workers were able to get on campus, but many others were unable to get on campus). Many of the workers are now here supporting the students.

Earlier this morning, multiple students were injured by two separate incidents where cars rushed the strike line (one at the intersection of Hagar and Coolidge, and the second at the intersection of High and Western). The car at Hagar and Coolidge was tailgating a police car being let through, students then approached the vehicle to stand in front of it and tell them about the strike. The car hit the gas and drove into the mass, injuring a student’s leg, fortunately not broken. In the incident at High and Western, a tan volvo began accelerating into the crowd blocking the street, despite the fact that cars driving down High (away from campus) were being slowly let through. The volvo hit around 5 students, one student flipped over the hood of the car and over the top, breaking the rear window as the student fell off the back. As the volvo sped away, students kicked the car, denting it. Several cars and motorcycles have tried to slowly push through the crowd through out the day, but all failed. Rumors of other car incidents exist, but the others have yet to be confirmed.

Also, earlier this morning a banner was hung over highway 1, stating “March 4 Defend Education!”

11:40am: While most of the protesters are at the main entrance and the west entrance, some of the protesters are at Hagar and Coolidge to watch out for supervisors forcing workers to trek up the long and steep hill to get to work. Supervisors began leading the workers up the hill past a handful of students in the intersection before the students could organize themselves. As more students came to support the other students in the intersection, they realized the workers and supervisors were already around 50 feet away up the hill to campus. So around 15 students ran up the hill to form a line to blockade the workers. The police arrived and dispersed the line, telling the students that they had made a “physical threat” on the workers. As the workers passed by, they shouted that there was no physical threat. So as the police returned to their vehicle, the students yet again ran up the hill the block the workers from getting further into campus. The police immediately turned around and approached the students to disperse them. However by now, the workers turned around and spoke to their supervisors claiming they couldn’t get through, the supervisors conceded and the workers were allowed to go home

1:00pm: Around 500 have rallied at the base of campus. Video below was taken around 12:45pm, the rally as of 1:15pm is still going.

1:55pm: Students are redistributing themselves around campus for maximum effectiveness. Around 60 people are at Hagar and Coolidge warning people that they may not be able to re-enter campus if they leave. They are also watching out for supervisors forcing workers to get onto campus still.

2:50pm: Strikers are now relaxing on the grass at the main entrance listening to a live band. The strike is mostly split up into three locations, Lower Campus (Hagar and Coolidge), Main Entrance (i.e. East Entrance), and the West Entrance.

3:20pm: Earlier story about a prius running into students and driving onto sidewalk at High and Western has been confirmed. At least one student broke some fingers when the car recklessly plowed through the crowd.

5:30pm: A general assembly starts

6:30pm: The general assembly decides to take the protest downtown.

7:11pm: 300 Students walk through Pacific Ave.

7:30pm: The students have rallied at the clock tower.

9:10pm: Students dissipate.

UC Berkeley

1:20pm: Around 1000 people walking down telegraph (currently crossed at 66 ave.) for a rally with students from community colleges, CSU’s, and elementary school folks at city hall in Oakland.

3:10pm: The march has reached Frank Ogawa plaza.

After the rally, protesters marched to highway I-880. Around 150 protesters were arrested.

7:00am: Most all of the ~40 arrested taken to North County Jail in Oakland out, charged with 2 misdemeanors and an infraction (obstructing traffic, unlawful assembly, failure to obey signs).

8:00am: Approximately 80 of the arrested at Santa Rita jail should start being released around 11am. They need rides!

Frank Ogawa Plaza

Ogawa Plaza around 3:30pm

More photos on indybay here.

UC Davis

12:50pm: Students at UC Davis have shut down the bus terminal and the main street in Davis.

1:12pm: Students march down Russell st. and are now shutting down the freeway.

3:10pm: One student has been arrested, dozens of others have been shot by rubber bullets. They are currently on the street near the offramp and have been given a deal from the police stating that they will release the student arrested if they leave the offramp now.

3:30pm: Police using pepper spray pellets!

4:00pm: Students walking back to campus.

4:30: Students march through buildings pulling fire alarms, and from there they returned to Russell and La Rue where they shut down the intersection for several hours.

UCLA

1:40pm: Soft occupation at Murphy Hall

2:00pm: correction, sit-in

6:20pm: Outside supporters have been lead to believe that students sitting inside will be arrested.

6:40pm: Sit-in protesters all released.

UC Irvine

1:50pm: Around 400 students are walking around campus urging others to join them in striking.  According to OC Weekly, numbers increased to 800.  One of the largest protests in recent campus history.

2:00pm: Students take to the streets and head towards freeway 73.  Students clear one police line and continue down University Avenue.

2:34pm: Students moving back to campus after being stopped by police again.  Police: “Immediately return to campus!”

2:50pm: Students gathering at Langson Library.

2:55pm: UC Irvine temporarily occupied with barricades at Langson Library.  Students move to Gateway Study Center and lock down several doors before clearing out.

3:30pm: Students were unable to hold down the occupations, so they are now out and marching again.

3:45pm: Aldrich Hall, the admin building, was locked down with 15-20 police inside, so students held an impromptu general assembly in front of Aldrich.

Students blocking traffic on Campus Ave. (from local news)

UC San Diego

4:00pm: According to one source, 2000-3000 people, another source 1500-2000, (mostly students, with some teachers and parents) marched from Balboa park to the Governor’s Office downtown.

March 4 Banner Drop

UC Riverside

3:21pm: According to Daily Cal, somewhere near a 1000 students marching downtown.

UC Santa Barbara

According to one commenter:

12:00 noon rally at UCSB Arbor plaza draws 1000+ students, workers, teachers, biggest rally in UCSB’s recent history

1:30 PM – Rally heads downtown, most people use free bus service while about 50 take part in a Critical Mass ride downtown

3:40 PM – UCSB students, students and teachers from other schools gather at De La Guerra Plaza downtown, ~500 people take State St. for an unpermitted march down State.

4:00 PM – March has turned around and marches back up State, grows to ~1000 as it passes De La Guerra Plaza again.  State St. is totally clogged with a massive march.

4:30 PM – Marchers arrive at the courthouse for a rally, with speakers including students, faculty and local politicians.  Crowd disperses following the rally.

(special thanks to coyote)

UCSB ~4pm

California State University

San Francisco State University

They held a rally that ended at 2pm with 500 people. The rally later turned into a dance party. Another party is going to be held Thursday night at 10pm at Malcolm X plaza.

San Francisco (General)

According to Socialist Worker, [20,000+] people are protesting at the civic center.

CSU Northridge

DailyCal says that a Rally with thousands come out for a “funeral service”. While Socialist Worker is stating that nearly 6000 come out for a protest in Northridge resulting in at least one injury and several arrests. Protesters are apparently waiting outside the jail.

According to one commenter:

A few of us started organizing for the day around 10AM; making posters, mostly.

Around 11:30AM, we ran screaming for a walk-out with noisemakers/pots/bullhorns throughout various campus buildings.  A lot of people joined us and we marched to a nearby busy intersection (Nordhoff/Reseda).  There was an invasion through the library and some more buildings with a long line of people calling for a walk-out.

We met back at the busy intersection and invaded the center…police came soon and cleared up the streets.  A few people refused to move.  A couple local news stations came to report, and the occupation of the middle of the street continued.

Around 2:30PM, we went back to campus and gathered a huge crowd on the Oviatt Library quad.

At 3:45PM, we began the march with CSU Channel Islands students/faculty.  We all took to the streets and marched around campus.

By 6:30PM, enough of us had begun an occupation of yet another intersection (Reseda/Prairie).  This was when police threatened to arrest due to “unlawful assembly in the streets” and “trespassing.”  A little while later, they began to threaten tear gas.  Two people got arrested so far.

By 7:30PM, five people had been arrested and one of our professors, 74-yr old Dr. Olsen, was knocked down and her arm stepped on by the police.  She’s currently at the hospital.

By 8:00PM, we invaded the space outside the library and talked to the media, reorganized, and planned for a press conference March 5th (today).  Word started to go around that the students who got arrested were getting booked/released.

Summary ?  Huge misrepresentation by the media. Police not the nicest of nice. Lots of people from the surrounding community made this CSUN protest big. Anger at our president for misrepresenting what happened last night through her statement. Good energy going around those who were part of the event; plans of having CSUN fund buses for the March 22nd rally at Sacramento.

(special thanks to Billimarie)

CSU Los Angeles

According to the blog EastsideLA, a March 4 rally started at CSULA which later traveled through parts of Los Angeles, through areas like Little Tokyo. Sometimes the marchers were on streets, other times they were corralled by police to stick to the sidewalks. EastsideLA remarked how controlled the march felt, from both police and some organizers. They also commented how elements of the march were joyous and fun as such a protest should be. Crowd estimates appeared to be a little over a thousand.

special thanks to Julio at EastsideLA.com

special thanks to Julio at EastsideLA.com

Los Angeles (general): Socialist Worker says 4000 rally in downtown.

CSU Fullerton

At noon several fire alarms were pulled and hundreds of people poured in to Humanities Plaza for a rally and march through the campus.

CSU Monterey Bay

from indybay:

Around noon, students, staff and faculty participated in a walkout and marched from either end of campus to a rally in front of the Student Center. A few hundred people attended the rally. Some student bands played throughout the day while students danced to the music. Student, staff, and faculty members spoke about cuts to public education and related issues, from spending money on wars and prisons to the systemic injustice that prevents so many people from attaining higher education.

In the evening, some of the protesters from campus went to a community rally at Colton Hall (the sight of the first public school in California) in downtown Monterey. They joined people from local community colleges, K-12 schools, and members of various labor unions.

video here at indybay

CSU Fresno

4:32pm: According to DailyCal, an occupation of administration’s offices with 30-40 people.

5:17pm: They say 32 occupiers still holding it down.

10:30pm: Occupation ends. Occupiers leave without being arrested. see indybay.

Watch a video of an interview inside the Joyal Administration occupation.

California Community College

Cañada College (Redwood City, CA)

200 walk-out

Skyline College (San Bruno, CA)

500 march through campus and almost every building, then hold a rally. Carloads of Skyline College stakeholders join those at SF civic center.

City College of San Francisco

An original rap at CCSF.

Lyrics:

We got all these corporations erasing education
standarized testing placement exam evaporation
this is no exaggeration; let’s get rid of this abberation!
Student Occupation- it’s now ours for the taking
what should have been all along, this is democracy in the making
not a fire evacuation or a sly accusation
THIS IS NOT A DRILL, now you know were not faking
aint gonna hide under desks of leave the classrooms vacant
just teach-ins reclaiming the history you were debasing
free food with Food Not Bombs special catering baking
Love and knowledge; it’s a collage at City College
all the cultures reconnecting and solving the problems from the bottom

[Chorus]
[i]Put your hands in the air if you want books not war
Democracy (what?),Tthat’s what the people is for!
Put your hands in the air if you want books not war
Democracy (what?), That’s what the people is for![/i]

Grass Roots, we’ve all got em- in the soles of our feet
and the souls that is a part of every energy being
every day they working hard to try to tear up your dreams
racism on the radios and consumerist bling
but now it’s time to shine and let freedom sing
The future is now; we’re the ones here to claim
The Rosenberg Library? I say it’s time to rename it-
repaint it like all the murals that made the Mission famous
aint gonna let a business suit calm us down or try to tame us
we’re WILD and free; we love it can you blame us?
Sorry Swarzinagger but we broke out of the cages
with solidarity K through 12 and all ages

[Chorus]
[i]Put your hands in the air if you want books not war
Democracy (what?),Tthat’s what the people is for!
Put your hands in the air if you want books not war
Democracy (what?), That’s what the people is for![/i]

Textbooks is now free; take copyrights off of pages
Don’t need leaders or sages to mold our consent
when our rights is threatened it’s our time to dissent
throw up your middle finger to this one-party government
I didn’t vote for this war; I say you bring back our men
That’s my word and it’s as sure as the ink in this pen
that causes hysterics with these lyrics to throw me back in the pen
but I’ll do it again; a no compromise kinda guy
we comprised a bee storm after you swapping us like flies
like a video game set to unlimited lives
the people never give up and they infinite as the skies
We took off your disguise and blocked your deflectors
The board of directors is just a horde of rejectors
aint gonna listen to us until we unite as protectors
Call out to all sectors; we’re here and we’re permanent
The powers that be; you better be learning from it
We’re sick of your greed and sick of your rules
you wanna gut education well…
you about to get schooled!

Cabrillo College

check out more photos and information from Cabrillo Solidarity

from CabrilloSolidarity.wordpress.com

California K-12

Pajaro Valley/Watsonville

Around 200 protest, more from indybay.

Castro Valley

400 rally in busiest intersection

Out of State

SUNY – State University of New York

3:00pm: SUNY purchase occupied (see website)

Solidarity to all students, workers and faculty!

We ‘ve taken over the Student Services Building. We started on the bottom level, turning a meager rally into a protest-party on the inside.Students are chanting, singing, dancing. The energy moved upstairs to the second floor where a folk group is performing right now. Downstairs another band is about to play. We are holding space and reclaiming it as ours. We will not leave!

The local media showed up for the rally outside but left before we went inward. Channel 12 and other local media sources watched as the president of our school spoke. Students were the real stars, the expression of solidarity was fantastic. Food not bombs came out to feed everyone that was hungry, we screened the occupation of wheeler hall so passerbys could connect with the struggles in the west. Students are making noise!!!!, and celebrated our ability to come together. It’s more than just tuition hikes and budget cuts,

WE are not leaving! This IS just the beginning!

Slideshow & Audio from SUNY Purchase occupation.

CUNY Hunter

CUNY – Brooklyn College

Hundreds participated in a successful teach

New York (general): Check out takethecity and reoccupied for updates.

University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

a big protest (~250), major police repression. 18 students arrested for trying to peacefully visit their chancellor!

Info and videos here: http://sdsmke.com/

University of Oklahoma

Warren Wilson College


University of Illinois, Chicago

250 protest, joined by SEIU Local 73

University of Massachusetts

from occupyboston.wordpress.com

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26 Responses to “March 4”

  1. UC Santa Cruz Shut Down By March 4 Protests? « Student Activism Says:

    [...] in the morning, student protesters closed both entrances to the UCSC campus to vehicular traffic. Occupy CA reported that as many as four people may have been hit by cars attempting to break through the [...]

  2. De KSU ‘Keek op de Week’: de week van de actie! « Kritische Studenten Utrecht | 2010 Says:

    [...] 5:00 pm: Shit has hit the fan! En wel op UC Santa Cruz! Om 5 uur ’s ochtends hebben ongeveer 400 studenten de drie hoofdwegen naar de campus [...]

  3. Emily Montan Says:

    Using a car as a weapon is illegal. There is no justification for it.

  4. March 4 Social War! « Occupy Everything! Says:

    [...] Updates from UC Santa Cruz [...]

  5. Seattle Students Against Money Says:

    first banner of the day at UW, across from the board of regents’ offices.
    in solidarity with california students, and autonomous resistance around the world.

    https://www.yousendit.com/download/RmNBWGJEY1NOQncwTVE9PQ

  6. old news Says:

    babes, at least a few of us had you in mind yesterday at sussex. it was a bit too rowdy to get a real statement together though. <3

  7. fsu Says:

    hey friends.

    fire alarms exist for a reason.

    USE THEM!

    DISRUPT METROPOLIS!

  8. AVNevis Says:

    “Students march down Russell st. and are now shutting down the freeway.”

    That’ll help the cause!

  9. Anon Says:

    Warren Wilson College shows some Cali-Love! (Sunrise March 4th)

    http://picfront.org/d/7sNw
    http://picfront.org/d/7sNx
    http://picfront.org/d/7sNv

    <3

  10. takethecity Says:

    Updates from NYC:
    http://takethecity.wordpress.com/2010/03/04/march-4th-ny/

  11. not a student Says:

    In San Diego, CA 2000-3000 people (mostly students, with some teachers and parents) marched from Balboa park to the Governor’s Office downtown at 4PM.

    Students from a local high school walked out earlier in the day and joined the march.

  12. radical? Says:

    The Santa Cruz protest really allowed police cars to freely come and go through the blockade?

    • * Says:

      Of the multiple different blockades that occurred that day, only one was a militant radical one (high and western), that one did not allow police cars to pass. I don’t think anyone is claiming that March 4 was completely “radical,” but certainly radical elements were present. (Please read retraction comment after this correction comment)

      corrections:
      This website should be a place to spread correct information, rather than to foment misinformation. To call any of the picket lines “more radical” than the others is precisely an act of misinformation. The police have developed a tactic, which is to run emergency vehicles through picket lines in order to break them. Very early in the day, between 5 and 6 am, fire trucks were brought to campus and run through the line. Obviously there was no emergency. However, if the students who were there early (maybe 50 to 100), had not allowed the vehicles through, they may very well have been arrested, ending the strike before numbers grew. A decision was made to allow the emergency vehicles through (mostly fire trucks now and again, and then at one point a cop car with its lights on), and then to close up behind the emergency vehicle. Students were almost run over by two cars that tried to rush in behind the emergency vehicles. One vehicle, trying to plow through students, had its windshield smashed, probably as students flew up on to it. As the police realized, their strike-breaking tactics were putting students in danger, and somebody was probably going to get killed. That is most likely why the police decided to stop and close down the campus to vehicular traffic. In that regard, the strikers’ tactic was entirely successful. It was the bravery of the students, who refused to allow cars to follow the emergency vehicles, that saved the strike in those early hours. To not call them “radical” is a huge failure of solidarity. The only other vehicles allowed on to campus that day were medical staff holding up red-cross signs. Their IDs were checked, and after about an hour of letting them through, no more were allowed. Their supervisor was contacted and told that the signs would no longer be honored. This was an arrangement made before the strike began. Many students, including disabled students, live on campus, and would not have been able to get medical aid in case of an emergency. In this sense, strikes on campus are different from other strikes. They block not only workplaces, but dorms where students live. No one wanted to be liable if someone on campus got hurt during the strike. The only other cars that may have appeared to pass were faculty returning to their homes. Again, there was faculty housing over to the side, and faculty were allowed to enter and leave their homes, but not allowed to cross over to campus. The nasty rumor, that some pickets were more radical than others was just that, a nasty rumor. Pickets and both west and east entrances were extremely strong, refusing to let anyone on to campus for regular university business. Students at all pickets put their lives on the line to make sure no one got through. Any indication to the contrary arose because of mis-communication between the pickets, for the following reason. Some students had valiantly gone down to high and western to prevent vans full of workers from getting on to campus by alternative routes [These workers, incidentally, were all paid for the day. Rumors that the students were acting against workers' interests were entirely false. Many workers wanted to be blocked, so they could join the strike. They could not have joined otherwise, since their unions had agreed to no-strike clauses in their contracts.] This was an extreme act of worker-student solidarity. However, since it was a spontaneous decision to send students down there, there was no picket captain down there, and it was hard to communicate with the other pickets. The students and high and western, for example, did not know about previous agreements to let the medical staff through. They also apparently did not know that their sole role was to block workers’ vans from getting on campus. The west entrance was supposed to handle all other vehicles trying to get on to campus. Early in the day, these mis-communication problems created some dissension on the two, regular picket lines, but it was all resolved once the police decided they could not break the line without getting students killed. At that point, the campus was successfully shut down (though managers shuttled workers around in vans for hours, trying to get a few on campus, even when most had been told they could get home — it was disgusting).

  13. Eric Says:

    UC Santa Cruz: If I see that tan volvo, it’s getting the baseball bat. Srsly.

  14. Protests today! (from UC Berkeley, march to Oakland, rally in SF) « Political Crumbs Says:

    [...] blog shows here what an eventful day it was. Protests draw inspire more protests.  The blog lists in detail the [...]

  15. Max Siekierski Says:

    i meant to post what i posted below this thread here :/ here it is again

    I saw this article on Yahoo news that demonizes the protests (esp. with UCSC where they rely on Kliger’s fictional e-mail for information). Someone workin with PR for the group should get the message out to the media!!
    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100304/ap_on_re_us/us_university_cuts_protests

  16. Eric Says:

    University of Wisconsin Milwaukee had a big protest yesterday, major police repression. 18 students arrested for trying to peacefully visit their chancellor!

    Info and videos here: http://sdsmke.com/

  17. Summary of March 4th Events « UVA FIGHTS BACK Says:

    [...] March 4 @ Occupy California [...]

  18. Coyote Says:

    Santa Barbara:

    12:00 noon rally at UCSB Arbor plaza draws 1000+ students, workers, teachers, biggest rally in UCSB’s recent history

    1:30 PM – Rally heads downtown, most people use free bus service while about 50 take part in a Critical Mass ride downtown

    3:40 PM – UCSB students, students and teachers from other schools gather at De La Guerra Plaza downtown, ~500 people take State St. for an unpermitted march down State.

    4:00 PM – March has turned around and marches back up State, grows to ~1000 as it passes De La Guerra Plaza again. State St. is totally clogged with a massive march.

    4:30 PM – Marchers arrive at the courthouse for a rally, with speakers including students, faculty and local politicians. Crowd disperses following the rally.

  19. not a student Says:

    Reading the newspapers and other varied reports today it sounds like there were under or around 2000 marchers in San Diego. The San Diego Union Tribune says there were 1500

  20. Billimarie Says:

    News from CSUN : ) The timeline is provided by my tweets (http://twitter.com/#search?q=billimarie%20march4)

    A few of us started organizing for the day around 10AM; making posters, mostly.

    Around 11:30AM, we ran screaming for a walk-out with noisemakers/pots/bullhorns throughout various campus buildings. A lot of people joined us and we marched to a nearby busy intersection (Nordhoff/Reseda). There was an invasion through the library and some more buildings with a long line of people calling for a walk-out.

    We met back at the busy intersection and invaded the center…police came soon and cleared up the streets. A few people refused to move. A couple local news stations came to report, and the occupation of the middle of the street continued.

    Around 2:30PM, we went back to campus and gathered a huge crowd on the Oviatt Library quad.

    At 3:45PM, we began the march with CSU Channel Islands students/faculty. We all took to the streets and marched around campus.

    By 6:30PM, enough of us had begun an occupation of yet another intersection (Reseda/Prairie). This was when police threatened to arrest due to “unlawful assembly in the streets” and “trespassing.” A little while later, they began to threaten tear gas. Two people got arrested so far.

    By 7:30PM, five people had been arrested and one of our professors, 74-yr old Dr. Olsen, was knocked down and her arm stepped on by the police. She’s currently at the hospital.

    By 8:00PM, we invaded the space outside the library and talked to the media, reorganized, and planned for a press conference March 5th (today). Word started to go around that the students who got arrested were getting booked/released.

    Summary ? Huge misrepresentation by the media. Police not the nicest of nice. Lots of people from the surrounding community made this CSUN protest big. Anger at our president for misrepresenting what happened last night through her statement. Good energy going around those who were part of the event; plans of having CSUN fund buses for the March 22nd rally at Sacramento.

    ===

    Some links:

    http://sundial.csun.edu/2010/03/csun-students-walkout-and-take-to-the-streets-in-protest/

    http://sundial.csun.edu/2010/03/student-protestors-speak-out-against-police-force-and-media-misrepresentation/ (March 5th)

    http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%253A%252F%252Fwww.dailynews.com%252Fsearch%252Fci_14516992%253FIADID%253DSearch-www.dailynews.com-www.dailynews.com&h=1b4ea32b8bb49bc731ac17fef4517c54&ref=mf

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/11967925@N08/sets/72157623433313079/detail/ (Photos)

    ===

    -b

  21. UCSC (Grad) Student Organizing Committee Says:

    [...] of the day’s events can be found around the web: Socialist Worker’s Day of Action Journal, an aggregated page from Occupy CA, and a wrapup from Angus Johnston’s Student Activism blog (the last is fairly rudimentary, but I [...]

  22. March 4 « UC Rebel Radio Says:

    [...] http://www.occupyca.wordpress.com/ [...]

  23. here, there, and everywhere « Tabitha Rohrer Says:

    [...] Uncategorized — Tabitha @ 10:24 pm Tags: education, i predict a riot, occupation, protest California. New York. Greece. South Africa. It’s not just happening at Sussex. People are pissed off. [...]

  24. defendsussex Says:

    Wow, incredibly inspiring stuff. Recognise those selfish ‘the protesters are disrupting my education’ voices. Massive solidarity from Sussex uni. 6 students here currently facing suspension for occupation of main admin building/management corridor March 3rd. Staff strikes imminent.

  25. william duff Says:

    i hope government will hear this reform voice

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