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Watsonville High School Students Speak About Walkouts
by ~Bradley
On Thursday, March 30th, I spoke with Watsonville High School students about the walkouts which took place on Monday, March 27th and Tuesday, March 28th. Students share their reasons for walking out, why they do not support attempts to create anti-immigrant laws as well as the actions of fellow students, teachers, administrators and police. Many of the students discuss instances of police brutality which they saw and heard about from friends. Police brutality included hitting a student in the back with a baton and spraying students with pepper spray, including the eyes. There are 5 audio files below. (32 minutes total)

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