Protest at UNLV

Protest at UNLV

Thousands of students in Nevada are being radicalized due to draconian budget cuts in state education funding.

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Thousands of students turned out on the campus of University Nevada, Las Vegas, Thursday night to protest budget cuts after the state’s governor Jim Gibbons proposed to trim over $475 million from higher education in Nevada, which Chancellor Jim Rogers said would necessitate more than an increase in UNLV tuition.

In this video, Las Vegas students gather at UNLV to protest the proposed budget cuts this past January 22, 2009.

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