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Save SF City College movement – Interview with Professor Bob Price
Listen to a half hour interview with Dr. Price on various aspects of the movement to save City College from excessive downsizing and possible closure. The movement appears to be focused right now on at least 3 lawsuits aimed to curb the power of the corrupt capitalist oversight board ACCJC, and internal staff, faculty, and student actions aimed at reasonably complying with the draconian, destructive demands of the so-called “audit”. From my perspective, while the board is shown as a “rogue” entity, out of control, the actions are actually fitting precisely with national and worldwide corporatization and downsizing of the higher education system. None of this is – as always characterized in media - an individual issue with one college, but rather an overt attack on the State Community College system in coordination with parallel national downsizing/privatization issues. (30 minutes)

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