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Mon Apr 12 2010
Napa Students March for Education and Immigration Reform
Mon Apr 12 2010
March for Education and Immigration Reform in Downtown Napa
On March 21st, students, teachers, workers and other members of the Napa community came together to raise awareness about cuts to education. The marchers rallied on he sidewalk of Soscol Ave for about an hour, where protesters waved signs and chanted slogans such as "What do we want? Education! — When do we want it? Now!"

Napa Valley College Students for a Democratic Society (NVC SDS) wrote: "Video footage of this rally shows the different ages and demographics of the protesters. It was definitely something that left it's mark in Napa. A march this size, going through downtown Napa is not very common."

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