Occupy City University of NY Students and Faculty Protest
Even though these meetings were legally obligated to be open to the public, Baruch's president announced that the Vertical Campus would be closed to almost everyone by 3pm. However, protestors reclaimed CUNY on the outside, and exposed the Board's illegitimate actions inside. Police violence had already occurred at Baruch, in response to protests about tuition hikes, and unfair labor practices targeted toward adjunct and other faculty, and the privatization of the public CUNY system but protestors stood firm for their right to free speech and assembly.
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Creators | Nash, Ken ; Rosenberg, Mimi
Date Created | December 3, 2011
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Cite This document | Nash, Ken and Rosenberg, Mimi , “Occupy City University of NY Students and Faculty Protest,” CUNY Digital History Archive, accessed November 26, 2020, https://cdha.cuny.edu/items/show/6782.