Education Archive

In contrast to the UC, Tent University will function based on principles of liberty, solidarity, community, and creativity.

A parent of a SVHS student feels that posters inside classrooms with sayings such as, “Safe Person, Safe Safe” are discriminatory towards heterosexual students.

Hundreds of people bargained for better wages and working conditions for AFSCME members at the nine UC campuses and five medical centers.

On Wednesday November 10, 2004, the members of Local 3299 AFSCME will be having a major rally when UC representatives come to the campus for state-wide bargaining. The rally will take place at 12:00 noon in front of the Baytree Bookstore on the UCSC campus.

The 2nd annual Practical Activism conference featured interactive workshops and presentations that provided tools for making local and global change.

Thousands of students from local schools marched and rallied against HR 4437 in Watsonville.

Students share their feelings on walking-out and anti-immigrant laws, as well as the actions of fellow students, teachers, administrators and police.

About 150 people marched from the base of the UCSC campus to the County Building in downtown Santa Cruz.

Workers, students and community members took part in a massive demonstration to support AFSCME.

On March 1, 2006, students demonstrated at the base of UC Santa Cruz to demand that the UC comply with their “Code of Conduct” Policy adapted in 1999 to only sell products produced under safe and fair working conditions.