This coming Monday, March 14th, has been called as a Day of Action in Sacramento to fight against Governor Brown’s proposal for massive cuts of $1.4 billion to public higher education in his budget.


Mass action in Sacramento on Monday can turn the tide in our favor in the battle over Brown’s proposed cuts.


The California State Student Association (CSSA) and Student Senate for California Community Colleges (SSCCC) put out the initial call for March 14th.  Cal State and community college students from across the state have been organizing to go to Sacramento for the march to the Capitol.


BAMN is organizing vans for students at LA area community colleges and high schools who want to march in Sacramento on Monday.  We need your help in building and organizing the movement if we are to win.


See BAMN’s most recent statement on the growing movement in California in defense of public education:

We need your financial assistance to help us get students to Sacramento on Monday
.  Even modest donations would be a great help.  Please contact us for more information or call 323.474.8222.



If you would like to make a tax-deductible contribution go to:

United for Equality and Affirmative Action (UEAALDF)



Marchers will assemble in Sacramento on March 14th from 6:30 to 10 a.m. at the

California Auto Museum, 2200 Front Street. Then, we’ll march to the west steps of the Capitol at 11 a.m. for a rally that will last until around noon.


See the Student Senate for California Community Colleges site at:


See the California State Student Association flier here: