UCLA Occupiers Fighting to Double Underrepresented Enrollment at the University of California


On Friday, June 1, 2012, several dozen students and civil rights activists participated in a BAMN-organized occupation of the UCLA admissions office to demand:

  • Double Latina/o, black and other underrepresented minority student enrollment
  • Admit more Latina/o, black, and other underrepresented minority students including some of the students we are submitting (on appeal).
  • Reopen the Appeals process to allow the more than deserving Latina/o, black, Native American and other underrepresented minority who have been denied once or twice already the chance to be reconsidered.

Below, at the By Any Means Necessary (BAMN) website, are some of the inspiring statements made during the occupation:  http://www.bamn.com/social-justice/video-ucla-occupiers-speak-out

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Dr. Danny Weil is an investigative journalist, author and public interest attorney who practiced public interest law for more than twenty years and has been published in a case of first impression in California. He received the Project Censored "Most Censored" News Stories of 2009-10 award for his article: "Neoliberalism, Charter Schools and the Chicago Model / Obama and Duncan's Education Policy: Like Bush's, Only Worse," published by Counterpunch, August 24, 2009 and again in 2013 for his 2012 article, "HR 347 Would Make Many Forms of Nonviolent Protest Illegal" (http://www.projectcensored.org/top-stories/articles/10-hr-347-would-make-many-forms-of-nonviolent-protest-illegal/). He writes profusely on education and for-profit predatory colleges.