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PIX: Military Recruiters Off Campus

welcome.jpg4/5/05 -- photos by MATT FITT -- Students at UC Santa Cruz successfully rallied to force military recruiters off of the campus. March 5, 2005

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LOCAL News :: Civil & Human Rights : Education & Youth : Peace & War

Cesar Chavez honored in Salinas, la lucha sigue...

educationnotwar_4-3-05.jpgOn Sunday April 3, more than 1,200 people marched through the streets of Salinas and rallied at the Cesar Chavez Library. While we honored the life struggle of Cesar Chavez, we too struggle to keep the Libraries open in Salinas. Conncetions were easily made between the US government policy of endless war around the world and the closing of community resources such as the entire library system.

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LOCAL News :: Education & Youth

Coming Together to Save the Salinas Libraries - Sunday

Photos from Sunday afternoon at the Cesar Chavez Library in Salinas.

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LOCAL News :: Civil & Human Rights : Education & Youth : Labor & Economics


Photos of Cesar Chavez Birthday celebrations -- Davenport Resource Center, Watsonville Brown Beret Youth Empowerment March and Rally.

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LOCAL Commentary :: Education & Youth : Globalization & Capitalism : Labor & Economics : Peace & War : Poverty & Urban Development

Making Sense of the UCSC Crisis

Last year, the UC made $786 million more than it spent. Yet all we hear about is the “budget crisis.� This doesn’t sound like a budget crisis to us. Our university is in crisis, it’s true, but the main issue isn’t the budget. The main issues are priorities and power. Our resources are being extracted. The space we have to live and learn in is contracting. What all of us really need is a say in how the university distributes its vast resources. What we need is democratization.

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