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DVC Rally and March to Save Public Education
Date Thursday March 04
Time 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Location Details
Diablo Valley College. 321 Golf Club Road, Pleasant Hill, CA.
Event Type Other
SDS-DVC (Students for a Democratic Society) Student rally and march through campus to fight back against the fee hikes, and cuts in student services at DVC and campuses all around the state. This is part of the larger March 4th strike and day of action.
Added to the calendar on Saturday Feb 27th, 2010 9:47 AM
§SDS builds for March 4th at DVC.
by Sean G. Saturday Feb 27th, 2010 9:58 AM
The SDS chapter at Diablo Valley College in the suburban East Bay has been working hard to bring the March 4th fight to their campus.

Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) has been a loud voice on behalf of the students at DVC. They have staged many protests and events on campus which include bringing speakers like Fred Hampton Jr. on campus, counter-recruitment, mobilizing students for off-campus protests and actions. They have been hard at work building for the March 4th day of action at DVC. This includes massive leafletting, picket sign making parties in the quad, and public open air meetings on strategies for March 4th.

SDS will be hosting a rally from 11am-2pm on campus which will include speakers, live music, a literature table, and a march through campus. Many groups are represented at SDS-DVC through individual members, including the IWW, Contra Costa Radical Action, the Peace and Freedom Party, and others.

The new SDS chapter at Napa Valley College will be down here joining in our protest against Fee Hikes and cuts in essential student services.

Where: 321 Golf Club Road in Pleasant Hill, CA.
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