How could the U.S. government get away with launching another war when they tell us the country is so broke that vital public services must be slashed and public workers must be fired in massive numbers? Emergency demonstration in Boston this Saturday, March 26 @ 1pm.
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by Answer Coalition
· March 09, 2011 7:00 PM
On March 19, hundreds of students from college, high school and middle school campuses will march in the streets of Los Angeles to stop the wars. Students are at the forefront of the struggle to demand money for education, not occupation!
In his annual “State of the City” speech, Boston Mayor Thomas Menino focused on education and health care reform, outlining his intention to step up attacks on both while increasing spending on the police.
The recent decision to close and merge seventeen schools throughout Boston will negatively impact lives of thousands of teachers, students and their families. It is time to organize and fight back against the attacks on public education.
The National Conference taking place Nov. 13 and 14 in Los Angeles will be packed with discussion about ongoing struggles in the United States and abroad, including strategy sessions for educators, students and anti-war activists to fight back and win money for education, not for war.