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SAN JOSE, CA– May 1 is designated a national day of action to raise awareness about immigration rights. Educators across California have organized activities to bring together students, parents, teachers, and community members to show a united front for equal access to learning.
WHAT: A news conference in coordination with the nationwide campaign promoted by the Alliance to Reclaim Our Schools, the California Teachers Association, and the United Teachers of Santa Clara. This news conference is to collectively declare support for public education, the shared belief that all community members should have the right to access it, and that schools should be safe and supportive places for all students.
The hashtags for this event are: #CTADayOfAction #WeAreCTA #WhyIPledgeForEd #ReclaimOurSchools
WHEN: Monday, May 1, Noon-1:30 p.m.
WHERE: The Oak Grove room on the second floor of the Santa Clara County Office of Education at 1290 Ridder Park Drive, San Jose, CA 95131.
WHO: Sponsored by the California Teachers Association and the United Teachers of Santa Clara, speakers include:
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