Anthony Francoso

Lecturer in Sociology, Cal State LA

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Lecturer in Sociology at California State University, Los Angeles and a member of the California Faculty Association

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Today was a " Day of Action " across the country, with 100 protests in 32 states, a national demonstration that started in California.  It's all about massive cuts in public…

California Students and Faculty Protest Education Cuts

Today was a " Day of Action " across the country, with 100 protests in 32 states, a national demonstration that started in California.  It's all about massive cuts in public…

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