Justin Kirby

English teacher at Fairfax High School

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English teacher at Fairfax High School, a public school in the Fairfax district of Los Angeles

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Several thousand  Los Angeles teachers turned out last night  to point flashlights on LA Unified offices downtown and in the San Fernando Valley.

LA Teachers Protest Stalled Contract Talks

Several thousand Los Angeles teachers turned out last night to point flashlights on LA Unified offices downtown and in the San Fernando Valley.

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