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San Francisco State Students Occupy Administration Building
Luz Clemente
Hundreds of students rallied today, November 18th, 2009 and then marched through buildings. As they reached the administration building they joined a simultaneous sit-in that was occurring. The building is now being occupied by students and is being transformed into a place for discourse and critical discussion to protest the budget cuts and redefine education. As students occupy buildings in Vienna and Santa Cruz, struggle against the UC regents meeting in Los Angeles, and the CSU Board of Trustees meeting in Long Beach, San Francisco State Students occupy the institutions of oppression to begin the process of liberation.

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