1. DeAnza College Walk-In 01/20/2010

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    On January 20th, 2010, DeAnza College hosted a walk-in in protest of budget cuts which have resulted in impacted schools and a 30% tuition hike.

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    • MJC: The Crisis Begins - Radio and Journalism

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      The series continues as we document the closure of the half century old programs in Radio and Journalism. We see the final PIRATES RADIO broadcast of a student graduate, who reflects on her program. We also interview Laura Paull, the program head and sole instructor for Journalism as she talks about her 15 years at the school and how it all came to an end in Spring 2011.

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      • TPPF "High Stakes in Higher Ed" Panel Discussion

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        April 29, 2011 Texas Public Policy Foundation presents "High Stakes in Higher Education" Panel discussion. Featured speakers: Bill Powers, Ronald Towbridge, and Robert Strawser.

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        • a moment of genuine praxis-- uc berkeley (3.3.11)

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          • UCSC Walkout/Speakout

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            April 24, 2009 Students and lecturers rally to protest the potential cuts to the Community Studies department, Engaging Education (e2) and Latin American and Latino Studies (LALS). The protest, which began at the Quarry Plaza at noon, later reached the Executive Vice Chancellor David Kliger's office at Clark Kerr Hall. Extended version to follow soon. Read more http://www.cityonahillpress.com/2009/04/23/students-to-ucsc-“stop-the-cuts”/

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            • Philadelphia School District Pleads for $96 Million from Local, State Governments

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              On June 17, superintendent of the School District of Philadelphia, William Hite and School Reform Commission Chairman Bill Green put on a full-court press through the media to convince City Council to approve a higher borrowing level for the School District, warning of hundreds of teacher layoffs and other dire consequences if lawmakers don't act. In response, Council President Darrell Clarke accused the District of "dealing with a ... budget deficit of its own making" and of "disrespect" for the city's taxpayers. Full story: http://thenotebook.org/blog/147371/district-ratchets-pleas-more-funds-council-digs-deeper Filming, Editing & Interviews by Dorian Geiger Follow us on: Twitter.com/PSNotebook Facebook.com/PSNotebook YouTube.com/PSNotebook www.thenotebook.org

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              • SAVE CSUSM Rally - Fall 09

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                www.savecsusm.org music: Stop! by Against me!

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                • Youth For Change Protests Gov. Corbett's School District Budget Cuts

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                  Students from Philadelphia's public schools left their classrooms and stormed the exterior of Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett's office on Wednesday, June 11, 2014 to protest an array of budget cuts that have paralyzed the flow of much needed resources to the city's public school system. Filming, Photography & Editing by Dorian Geiger Follow The Notebook on Twitter @PSNotebook

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                  • Tenderloin Self Help Center

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                    Read the full Public Press article on the cuts to behavioral health by Kevin Stark and Lizzie Tomei at: http://www.public-press.org/content/2009/06/11/sf-budget-cuts-target-behavioral-health

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                    • Interviews with Clients from Southeast Mission Geriatric Center

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                      Read the full Public Press article on the cuts to behavioral health by Kevin Stark and Lizzie Tomei at: http://www.public-press.org/content/2009/06/11/sf-budget-cuts-target-behavioral-health

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