Submitted by occupationblog on Sun, 10/16/2011 – 2:20pm
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October 14, 2011
We, members of the UCLA department of education, gathering in retreat today, want to express our personal support for the “Occupy LA Movement” as it represents a tangible effort to give voices to the vast majority of Americans who believe the current inequities in our economic system are part and parcel of the systematic undermining of equal educational opportunity for all students from pre-K through university.
Rae Jeane Williams, Faye Peitzman, Jeff Share, Sheila Lane, Robert Rhoads, Nancy Parachini, Darlene Lee, Noreen Webb, Jose Felipe Martinez, William Sandoval, John Rogers, Jackie Goldberg, Noel Enyeny, Marjorie Faulstitch Orellana, Carlos Alberto Torres, Federico Reina, Imelda L. Nava, Louis Gomez, Concepcion M. Valdez, Daniel G. Solorzano, Reynaldo F. Macias, Kimberly Gomez, Eloise Lopez Metcalfe, Alison Bailey, Anthony Quan, Helen M. Davis, Annamarie Francois, Robert Cooper, Jaime Park, Jay Prisilan, Megan Frank
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Here at Occupy Colleges we support UCLA teachers’ involvement in Occupy Los Angeles. They are educators whose career it is to educate. The college students need education now.
If you are an educator who would
like to lead a teach-in at your college or university, please contact us at email@example.com or call us at 323-642-8102