Chucho Mendoza

Cal State Fresno

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Senior at California State University Fresno, majoring in Chicano/Latino Studies, and a community organizer for Communities for a New California, part of the Refund California Coalition

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In the past five years, tuition has nearly doubled for higher education in California and course offerings have been cut back.

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