Good morning. Today is National Day of Action to Defend Education. In Atlanta, Georgia Students to Defend Public Education plan a 5 p.m. rally at Woodruff park downtown, followed by a march on the Capitol to protest budget cuts to education, tuition hikes, and teacher furloughs. Student activists plan to present state leaders with “report cards” on education. (I bet they don’t grade on a curve.)
In Athens, University of Georgia students plan a “celebration of education” on North Campus in front of the Administration Building. Sounds like half party/half protest: “This will involve music, signs, dancing, flyering, chanting, and other exciting stuff. Tell all your friends!”
For movement rhetoric, see the student organization’s website.