WATCH LIVE: Over 300 Occupiers take over Capitol building in Sacramento

THE STREAM IS NOW DOWN. OVER 70 OCCUPIERS WERE DETAINED BY POLICE IN THE CAPITOL BUILDING, AFTER BEING ORDERED TO DISPERSE. WE WILL HAVE SPECIFIC NUMBERS AND DETAILS IN A NEW POST BY THE MORNING.

THANK YOU FOR WATCHING, AND PLEASE CHECK OUT OUR NEWEST ISSUE OF “THE GUARDSMAN,” THE NEWSPAPER OF CITY COLLEGE OF SAN FRANCISCO, ON WEDNESDAY MORNING.

- The Editor

 

The Guardsman Online is streaming the March in March, where thousands of students will descend on the state capitol from across California to protest budget shortfalls. Occupiers are also planning to “Occupy” the capitol building, which officially closes at 6 pm.

We are streaming the protest live through “U Stream.” If you have any issues watching the stream, it may be down temporarily while our reporter relocates. Reporter Thomas Figg-Hoblynn will be interviewing protesters via webcam throughout the day.

Our coverage is in conjunction with the Golden Gate Xpress of San Francisco State University.  Visit them for more coverage of March in March at GoldenGateXpress.org .

 

CCSF Journalism Student, Alex Schmaus speaks to hundreds of people during San Francisco's observance of National Day of Action to Defend Public Education at Civic Center Plaza on March 1. Schmaus amassed $27000 in debt while attending San Francisco State prior to City College. Photo by James Fanucchi

 

Author: The Guardsman Online Administrator

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