Revolutionary Desire

Map of NYC March 4th Actions

Posted in Action by deterritorialization on February 9, 2010

Here is a current map of the planned actions being held in New York on the March 4th National Day of Action to Defend Education. This map will be updated, and these actions will be typed up and reposted as they solidify.

Students at Hunter are discussing a walkout. Spread the call for a citywide student walkout on March 4th! Walk out but don’t go home – demonstrate on each campus, build pickets outside all academic buildings! March from dorm to dorm and grow in size – occupy schools to use as general assemblies. No class but class war!


Dot – Planned Actions at Specific Times
Red – Known Enemies
Yellow – CUNY Campuses
Green – Closing Public Schools
Purple – Recent Actions
Light Blue – SUNY Campuses
Blue – Union Halls

Zoom out for outer boroughs – the map is focused on the Manhattan spots where actions have been planned. Please comment below with updates on actions for March 4th.

March 4th @ 4pm: Governor Paterson’s Manhattan Office (3rd Ave @ 41st St) then March on the MTA Headquarters


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  1. uberVU - social comments said, on February 10, 2010 at 9:55 AM

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  2. […] of NYC March 4th Actions Published February 14, 2010 Actions Leave a Comment Cross-posted from Revolutionary Desire, a Google map of CUNY, SUNY and closing schools, union halls and planned actions for March […]

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