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3/27-31: Nationwide Week of Massive Student Walkouts for Immigrant Rights!

by Lee Siu Hin - Immigrant Solidarity Network Sunday, Apr. 02, 2006 at 11:44 PM
info@ImmigrantSolidarity.org (213)403-0131 Los Angeles, CA USA

Student walkouts reports from across the country

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March 27-31: Nationwide Week of Massive Student Walkouts for Immigrant Rights, and Fight Against Police Repression Against Students!
National Immigrant Solidarity Network Alert!

http://www.NoHR4437.org
http://www.ImmigrantSolidarity.org

3/27: THOUSANDS OF STUDENTS LEAVE THEIR SCHOOLS TO PROTEST HR 4437

On Monday March 27th, word spread fast around high schools in California and across the nation that students would be walking out of their classes in protest of the anti-immigrant legislation known as HR 4437. House bill HR 4437 would make being an undocumented immigrant a felony and criminalize anyone who offered non-emergency assistance to undocumented workers and their families. The demonstrations continued Tuesday and grew in number. >> Read the photo reports byLA IMC | Report by Don White

3/30: Student Walkouts - The Next Step (National Immigration Law Center)

Reports from across the country

Northern California

The walkouts have included thousands of students in Fresno, Aptos, Watsonville, Hollister and Salinas. Police have dealt harshly with many of the students while other authority figures have both offered support for the student's cause and simultaneously urged students to remain in school. School districts, working with local police, have now begun to implement lockdowns to prevent students from leaving campuses. Nevertheless, the actions continued Wednesday and more are planned for the near future. >> Read More

March 27 Photos and Reports: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 · Audio: 1 | 2
March 28 Photos and Reports:
1 Audio: 1
March 29 Photos and Reports:
1 | 2 | 3
March 30 Report
March 31 Photos and Reports:
1 | 2 | 3

3/28 Watsonville, CA: Watsonville High Walk Out

Watsonville Student Legal Defense

Los Angeles: La Gran Walkout, to City Hall

3/27: 25,000 students walked out of school today to protest anti-immigrant reform!

Leslie Radford reports: Today I met 2,000 of them walking to City Hall. I heard them on the streets, the cheering, chanting crew, the police sirens, the helicopter circling. By the time I shook loose from what I was doing, they'd passed by, so I jumped in my car to catch up with them marching down Cesar Chavez. A thousand students, spread over blocks, were walking down the sidewalk, with a police escort shutting down a lane of traffic . Full Story: La Gran Walkout, to City Hall by Leslie Radford

Photos: Silver Lake and Echo Park Students March by jlr - builder123 || Must see City Hall: School Walk Out by jmr || Students March on Van Nuys by Andrew Said || Artesia High School Students Walkout! by revolutionrock

April 1: North High Students March to City Hall

Santa Ana, CA

3/27: GOVERNMENT AGENCIES IN ORANGE COUNTY SHUT DOWN BY STUDENTS

Details are still sketchy, but it appears that the Orange County Treasurer/Tax Collector's office and a number of other government agencies were shut down yesterday when Santa Ana high school students flooded them in protest of anti-immigration legislation.

3/28: SANTA ANA POLICE DEPLOY ARMORED CARS AND HORSES TO SQUELCH PROTEST

Several of Santa Ana's poorest working class Mexican neighborhoods suddenly found themselves under a state of siege last night when an estimated two hundred Santa Ana police officers, Orange County Sheriff's deputies, and California Highway patrolmen descended into the area and squelched a peaceful protest near the intersection of Bristol and McFadden Streets.

3/17: HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TAKE OVER RIVERSIDE FREEWAY

San Diego, CA

3/31: A 6,000 strong march of mostly students culminated a week of student walkouts.

[San Diego IMC} The march went through barrio logan and sherman heights. Many bystanders showed support, standing on their porches or on top of buildings, waving mexican flags. Lots of people from the community joined the march as it went by.

Students walked out of high schools all over San Diego and as the marches arrived at Chicano Park, the crowd roared. Some students simply didn't go to school. SDSU, City College and UCSD students were in attendance as well. Report Photo

3/31: Emergency Calls Needed for Student Protestors in San Diego!

3/30: Schools Shut Down Today, Massive Walkouts Friday

3/29: Police Brutality Against Students Walking Out

Phoenix, AZ

3/28: Photo Report

Tucson, AZ

3/30: Students walk out for a second day

El Paso, TX

3/30: Fliers, notes help organize students

3/30: 4 Articles about El Paso Students walk Out

Houston, TX

3/31: More than two dozen Houston students detained after walkout

Houston police have taken at least 26 Houston public school students into custody after dozens of students walked out of classes today.

3/28: Immigrant Students Take a Stand at City Hall

Students from all ends of our sprawled city made the march to city hall to protest repressive immigration laws proposed by the government of this country. It rained cold all morning in Houston, but the heat in the passionate hearts of these youth kept them going regardless of the weather or the distance.

3/25: March for a DREAM brings thousands to the streets of Houston

[Houston IMC] On Saturday March 25, A 5,000 strong immigrant's rights rally followed the Dream March filling the streets of Houston with chants, solidarity and celebration.
See Photos
Audio: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4

The march was orgnized by Jovenes Unidos por un Futuro Mejor (Young Immigrants for a Better Future), around support for the DREAM Act, which would allow undocumented students who graduate from high school to recive in state tuition and allow some college students to apply for temporary and permanent legal status.

Dallas, TX

3/28: Photo Report


Police Repression Against Students

From Los Angeles to Houston, it's clears that the police are begin using repressive means to attack and arrest walk out students.

On March 29, The Los Angeles School district and police are enforcing a crack down on student walk outs today. All high schools are on lock down and police cars are patrolling the perimeter of some of those high schools that have seen the largest walk out in the past three days.

Still this crack down did not prevent about 50 students from Westchester High from staging a walkout and march to the offices of Univision this morning. They were able to meet with an anchor from the station. The students were followed by police squad cars, one police helicopter and 2 media helicopters. After staging a short rally and speaking with the newsman from Univision the students voluntarily boarded 2 school buses and were taken back to school. The march was peaceful and there were no arrests. The students will, however, be cited with truancy.

3/28 Los Angeles, CA: ARRESTS, CRACKDOWNS AND THREATS DIRECTED AT STUDENT PROTEST

In a clear reversal by city officials, educators and police, student protesters today faced campus lockdowns, arrests and threats with both Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Schools Superintendent Ray Romer threatening consequences to further student protests and "truancy."

3/31 Houston, TX: More than two dozen Houston students detained after walkout

3/29 San Diego, CA: Police Brutality Against Students Walking Out

3/28 Santa Ana, CA: SANTA ANA POLICE DEPLOY ARMORED CARS AND HORSES TO SQUELCH PROTEST

3/28 Watsonville, CA: Watsonville High Walk Out


Legal Defense for Student Walkouts!

Useful Advise from Los Angeles National Lawyers Guild
http://www.nlg-la.org/righttoprotest.htm

Students Rights to Participate in Political Protest (National Lawyers Guild Northern California)

*The law and school policies depends on the state and school district you lives, so you shoulc check with your local National Lawyers Guild chapters for more information.

Hotlines:
English: (310) 712-6373
Spanish: (310) 712-7066

Assistance with Walkout related Truancy Tickets, School Suspension and other Disciplinary actions for the Los Angeles, CA area students.


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National Immigrant Solidarity Network
No Immigrant Bashing! Support Immigrant Rights!

webpage: http://www.ImmigrantSolidarity.org
mail: info@ImmigrantSolidarity.org
New York: (212)330-8172
Los Angeles: (213)403-0131
Washington D.C.: (202)544-9355

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Los Angeles, California 90048
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