CSU budget cut protestors head to Long Beach
July 9, 2009 12:46 PM
SF State students are once again headed to Long Beach to protest the latest round of budget cuts to higher education. The group United Against CSU Budget Cuts, a loose confederation of students, will host a planning meeting at SF State July 9 to prepare for protests at the Board of Trustees Meeting later this month.
The new budget, "will rob $36 million from SF State and $580 million from the CSU system" according to a statement by the group. Protesters intend to "disrupt the Board of Trustees Meeting along with at least 6 other Southern California State Universities [...] We will be heard!"
Supporters will meet at SF State on July 9 at 2 p.m. The group will host at least one other planning meeting before the Board of Trustees convenes on July 21.
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