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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The 1% on the Board of Regents cancelled their meeting because we demanded they do the people's business. So now we're going to where they do Wall Street's business.
Convergence on corporate offices of the UC Regents in the San Francisco Financial District.
9:30 - 10:30 am - Bus pickup
12 pm - Rally at Justin Herman Plaza
1 pm - March on the banks
4 pm - People's Assembly for Public Education at the State Building 455 Golden Gate Ave
CSU Sacramento/UC Davis
Time: bus departs at 9:15am
Location: CSU Sacramento: Student Lot 10, at Stadium Dr. and State University Dr. S (then stop through Davis)
Time: bus departs at 9:30am (note: this will be the same bus that begins at CSU Sacramento)
Location: UC Davis: Mondavi Center, at Passenger Drop Off Area at Old Davis Rd and Mrak Hall Dr.
Time: bus departs at 10:00am-11:00am (a number of buses will come during this time)
Location: Bancroft St. at Telegraph Ave.
UC Santa Cruz
Time: bus departs at 9:30am
Location: East remote parking lots, off of Hager Dr on campus
Time: bus departs at 8:00am
Location: Corner of Shaw and Woodrow Ave.
Time: bus departs at 9:00am
Location: Bus turnaround outside Kolligan Library, Shaver Lake (street name on campus)
San Francisco State U/ City College of San Francisco
Time: bus departs at 10:30am
Location: SFSU in front of Creative Arts Building at 1772 Holloway
Time: bus departs at 11:15am
Location: CCSF parking lot in front of Multi-Use Bldg at 50 Phalen Ave.
“The UC Regents’ decision to cancel their meeting wastes a huge opportunity for the UC community to engage in dialogue about how to make the 1% pay to re-fund public education and all Californians instead of more cuts. With more tuition increases and budget cuts on the table, it is urgent that the UC community unite around specific proposals to make banks and the 1% pay to ensure sustainable long-term funding for all colleges and universities in California. Today’s decision raises serious questions about the commitment to an open, accountable decision-making process by the Regents – many who are the 1%.
Stephen Colbert comments on Occupy Berkeley. Click here to see the video.