Money for war, not for teachers, in the USA


This video from the USA says about itself:

The war in Libya shows the US has no shortage of money, but policy-makers’ priorities are not the same as the peoples, Derrick Crowe of the Brave New Foundation says.The first day of the war in Libya cost the US at least $100 million, Crowe said and yet Americans have to bear the burden of draconian cuts to basic services, teachers, and police. ‘We have plenty of money for wars, we just don’t have anything to educate our children,’ Crowe notes.

This video from the USA says about itself:

A whopping 14.5% of Los Angeles residents are unemployed.

Some in Washington are demanding over $2 billion in budget cuts that would kill thousands of additional jobs. A job destroyed is a life, family, and community attacked.

Rally with Angelinos on March 23rd to save jobs and to stop congressional cuts that will destroy jobs.

Wednesday, March 23rd at 2:30 pm
Downtown Federal Building
Ed Roybal Plaza
255 E. Temple Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(between Los Angeles St. and San Pedro St.)

Paid parking is available at San Pedro St. and 2nd St.

Join us at the rally to save jobs:
The California Partnership
Asian Pacific Policy & Planning Council (A3PCON)
The Southern California Workforce Association
LA County Bicycle Coalition
Hunger Action Los Angeles
Environment California
Coalition for Clean Air
Food & Water Watch
The River Project
350 Berkeley
Arts for LA
Green LA
Move LA
NRDC
SCOPE

MEDEA BENJAMIN CONDEMNS US BOMBING OF LIBYA ON THE O’REILLY FACTOR: here.

Alejandro Garcia, Center for American Progress: “Latinos are becoming a national presence and will represent a crucial segment of our nation’s future workforce. They accounted for more than half of the nation’s growth from 2000 to 2010 and will be a third of the overall population by 2050. Latino children currently make up more than one in five children in the United States. They are the youngest and fastest growing population in the nation. Yet Latinos are disproportionately affected by high rates of hunger and are experiencing record rates of childhood obesity”: here.

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