Activism 101: Paul Revere Students Protest for Education

Bernalwood contributor Bronwyn Ximm writes:

Paul Revere School is getting its Occupy on: Yesterday a very vocal group of enthusiastic students and a teacher (the guy) and a parent (the woman) got ready to march to Civic Center for a 4 o’clock rally for education. They shouted “save public education, honk if you can!” and they were getting lots of honks.

PHOTO: Bronwyn Ximm

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6 Responses to Activism 101: Paul Revere Students Protest for Education

  1. Jennifer K says:

    Schools not prisons! Good luck to them!

  2. Decline to state. says:

    We will use children as pawns to make our demands! They will do whatever we want without understanding!

  3. Frank P says:

    What, couldn’t get Coca Cola to sponsor them?

  4. Paul says:

    Most powerful cliche in history: “Do it for the children!”

  5. Liz says:

    That’s lovely! I’m glad the school supported the kids to go and protest. Love the kid in the bandana… 8-)

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