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Friday, September 12, 2008

DQ University occupation calls emergency meeting Sept. 14, 2008

EMERGENCY MEETING at D-Q University
Sunday, September 14, 2008, 5:00 p.m., in the dining room
This urgent message is being sent out to all individuals and organizations who support the ongoing occupation at D-Q University. Yesterday, the water in the buildings at the school was been shut off. The electricity has already BEEN off, for the last five months. The school's board of trustees shut it off in an attempt to break the back of the student-led occupation. The board's program failed. Now, in the Fall of 2008, the D-Q University'board of trustees is split into two factions. As a leadership circle, the board is in shambles. The board is telling the general public that D-Q University is "open," but the board isn't telling the whole truth; namely that the board has turned the water and the electricity off (AGAIN) in a cold-booded campaign designed to force the American Indian and Mexica people who are living at the school out of "California's Only Tribal College." This deplorable situation cannot be allowed to drag on and on, into next winter and beyond.
THE TIME HAS COME FOR THE PEOPLE TO DECIDE WHAT WE'RE GOING TO DO ABOUT IT
Please come to this very special gathering. Everyone's ideas and energy are very critically neeeded to head off this looming crisis.
-- B R I N G S O M E F O O D, T O S H A R E --
For more information, contact Steve at: thegreatlizardking@yahoo.com

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