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Feb 17, 2019
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Crowd rallies against lay-offs


Matt Weir / The Collegian

A group of more than sixty people representing multiple schools in the California State University system, which included members of the California Faculty Association (CFA) and Students United For Quality Education, gathered in the Free Speech Area at Fresno State to protest lay-offs, fee hikes, and furloughs. Carrying handmade signs and shouting chants, the demonstrators made their way to the Henry Madden Library, where they staged a silent protest. University Police arrived in response to the demonstration, since the group did not have the required permit needed to stage a protest inside the library. A closed-door meeting was held after the rally in the Haak Administration Center on the fourth floor of the library.


Matt Weir / The Collegian
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