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SF State University Occupied
by gazuedro
Wednesday Dec 9th, 2009 8:56 AM
SAN FRANCISCO - Early Wednesday morning, students at San Francisco State University occupied the business building on their campus.
SAN FRANCISCO - Early Wednesday morning (around 6am), 40 students at San Francisco State University occupied the business building on their campus. As of this writing (9am) they are still barricaded within the building.

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by N. Raj A.
Wednesday Dec 9th, 2009 9:51 AM
YEEEEESSSSS! Maybe the business majors will learn a little something today about OUR side of the class war....
by Oatis
Wednesday Dec 9th, 2009 11:24 AM
Solidarity from england, mates!!! Good work! A resuffeling of priorities must be thrust to the forefront of the current movment. End the spending of capital towards the destruction of lives in war torn countries and focus on the betterment of the masses through education and healthcare!!!
by Radalumna
Wednesday Dec 9th, 2009 4:20 PM
I'm so proud of you all!! Do you all need anything? Put out calls if you need food, blankets, etc. Any chance of a massive picket line? We can't repeat history exactly, but no harm in calling for community support. That would help short circuit misinformation that is sure to be in the media, and it's best not to be isolated. I'm sick today or I'd be at least outside cheering you on. Good going!
by CSU Fresno student
Thursday Dec 10th, 2009 8:50 AM
Great job people! Resist the "authority" of the administration. Fight for Democracy. Solidarity from Fresno State!
by Wes Vasquez
Saturday Dec 12th, 2009 7:17 PM

Please sign the petition below to show your support for the students who participated in Wednesday's actions.
Some of the students are facing banishment from campus the last week of school and thus will end up failing a few classes. Other students have not been allowed back to their dorm rooms. Furthermore, President Corrigan is intimating that he will pursue further disciplinary action. Please take a moment to sign the petition and forward it around widely. Thank you.