On March 16th, students from all sectors of California's public school systems came together to fight the fee increases that the Community Colleges, California State Universities, and the University of California school system face for the upcoming year. Thousands of students marched on the State Capitol in Sacramento, California to protest the State's cut on education funding. The "March in March: Rescue Education" event, sponsored by the Student Senate for California Community Colleges, included many administration, faculty, and student organizations from across the State of California coming together to make their voice heard in Sacramento.
Here is a video promoting the event:
Student Richael Young, the President of the Student Senate of the California Community College system, is featured in this Sacramento Bee article.
Students from Fresno, California are shown boarding buses at 5am in route to Sacramento in this ABC Fresno local news report.
Student, Troy Carter, is featured talking about funding education is key to restore our economy in this MSNBC article.
Student Patricia Hoskins is featured addressing her struggles to retain herself in college due to the high cost of higher education in this ABC Sacramento local news report.
Here is the website for this event.