Thousands came to DC from all across the country on behalf of our nation’s public school system. Arne Duncan has to go.
Tourists sitting atop double-decker buses hollered with thumbs up as we walked from Metro stations to the event. Arne Duncan has to go.
The near record-breaking heat was close to overwhelming, even dangerous for some, but still they came, and still they marched. Arne Duncan has to go.
Tons of drivers honked horns to show their support. Arne Duncan has to go.
Never has our public school system been so betrayed by its very own leader. Arne Duncan has to go.
People are sick of his doubletalk, his bribes and manipulation. Arne Duncan has to go.
Power to the People. Bless them with much strength and the numbers to rise up against these sick, misguided policies. Arne Duncan has to go.
Expect next year’s event to be bigger and louder and angrier. More and more people are catching on. Arne Duncan has to go.
Save Our Schools: The March to the White House on July 30, 2011.
The rebellion against Chile’s privatized education: Estimates of up to 60,000 people on the streets in Chile protesting to demand an end to privatized education. The system has placed generations of students deep in debt.*
*Read Naomi Klein’s “Shock Doctrine” (first edition published Sept. 2007) to learn how what happened in Chile is well underway here. The book’s introduction explains the privatizers' grab of New Orleans’ public schools. Things don't bode well. Arne Duncan has to go.