CSU Trustees Protest in Long Beach Info (Nov 16)

Protest will gather outside the building at 8:30am on Wednesday, November 16th
CSU Office of the Chancellor, 401 Golden Shore, Long Beach, CA 90802

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With 200% increase in tuition for UC, CSU, and community college students since 2008, and now the looming $2.5 billion in additional cuts to education and public services, students, workers, and educators will be calling on leaders of California’s schools and universities to support refunding education by making the Wall Street and the super-rich pay for students, parents and communities.

That's why we are mobilizing on Nov 16th to deliver a message to the corporate elite who sit on the boards of the CSU Board of Trustees: We already paid! It’s time to make Wall Street corporations and the wealthy pay to refund education!

Coming by Bus? Here is the schedule

UCLA
Time: bus departs at 7:00am 
Location: Ackerman Union Turnaround on north end of Westwood Plaza

UC Riverside
Time: bus departs at 7:00 am
Location: Corner of University Ave. and Canyon Crest

CSU Long Beach/UC Irvine 
Time: bus departs at 7:00am
Location: CSU Long Beach: Brotman Circle, at corner of Beach Dr. and West Campus Dr.

Time: bus departs at 8:00am 
Location: UC Irvine: Bus turnaround on Pereira Dr. outside Aldrich Hall

San Diego (SDSU/UCSD/CSU San Marcos)
Time: bus departs at 7:00am
Location: San Diego State University: Campanille Drive; North Side of Campus; Across the street from the KPBS Building/Gateway Center

Time: bus departs at 7:30am
Location: UCSD: outside "Croutons" in the Student Services Center on Rupertus Way btw Myers Dr. and Russell Lane

Time: bus departs at 8:15
Location: CSU San Marcos: Craven Circle, at corner of Craven Dr. and Campus View Dr.

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ABOUT US: ReFUND California is a coalition of organizations throughout California committed to exposing the unfairness of the state’s current economic reality and engaging in public campaigns to force the changes that are necessary.

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