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Slave Revolt Radio - Capitalisms Effects on Education

92:35 mp3 audio srr 3-12-03

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LOCAL News :: Education & Youth : Police State

Speak Out for Loreto Arizpe and All Youth in Prison!!

Audio from the Rally for Loreto Arizpe and All Youth in Prison!!
March 25, 2004

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LOCAL Announcement :: Education & Youth : Police State

Say No to the CYA! Rally for Loreto Arizpe and All Youth in Prison!!

Say NO to the CYA! No sentencing Loreto Arizpe to California Youth Authority. Loreto is due to be sentenced on Thursday, March 25 at 8:30 AM. Rally at the Santa Cruz County Building (Water Street side) at 8:30 AM.

People will be convening at 8:00 AM outside the front entrance doors to District Attorney Bob Lee's office and enter to give him a personal invitation to adddress the crowd at 8:30 sharp.

Bob Lee must be held responsible for Loreto, if sentenced to the California Youth Authority until the age of 25, as is possible.

On February 22, Lee stated that Santa Cruz County would join the CYA ban and that "...while there are no local offenders 'in the pipeline' for sentencing, the county is prepared to use other programs and detention house sentenced offenders until the CYA hearings are completed and recommendations made."

Lee, your elected official... LIED!


[ Critical Resistance I related article on Loreto Arizpe: Supporters rally around reputed gang member ]

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LOCAL News :: Education & Youth : Peace & War : Resistance & Tactics

Images and Sound from SF March 20th Event

Images and sound from March 20th Mobilization in San Francisco, with an interview with an FMLN organizer from El Salvador, Rosa.

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News :: Education & Youth : Resistance & Tactics

Parents Protest Unsafe Route to School

rest.jpgLocal parents are worried about the safety of their children.

Since the School Board’s decisions to close Branciforte Elementary and to cut the transportation budget, families are wondering how their children will get safely to schools 2-3 miles from their homes.

Many of the Branciforte students live in the neighborhoods surrounding Grant Street Park. In all three scenarios presented to the School Board these students are now in the Delaveaga attendance area. There is currently no safe route for these children to walk or bike to their new school. Many families are unable to drive their children to school, and without the transportation funds formerly available, there is no money for buses.

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