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Angry ‘Raza studies’ mob shuts down Tucson school board meeting

30th April 2011

Read it. And watch the video.

A mob of both students and adults angry over the impending vote by the Tucson school board to make Raza studies or Mexican-American studies an elective, rather than forcing children to take the race-based curriculum rushed into the meeting room, chaining themselves to chairs.

Police simply stood by and watched as the loud mob took-over the room and refused to leave.

One of the textbooks they use is titled “Occupied America,” which was written by Rodolfo Acuña and includes a speech given by activist and university professor Jose Angel Gutierrez in which he says: “We have got to eliminate the gringo, and what I mean by that is if the worst comes to the worst, we have got to kill him,” (pg. 323).

Yeah, we really want more such people in this country.

2 Responses to “Angry ‘Raza studies’ mob shuts down Tucson school board meeting”

  1. Paul, Just This Guy, You Know? Says:

    I studied poli sci at UTA under Jose Angel Gutierrez. Very interesting character.

  2. ErisGuy Says:

    Which UTA?

    Angel is a moderate compared to Ayers, Carmichael, and the rest of the ’60s revolutionaries, who wouldn’t have waited for the ‘the worst’ had they come to power–they would have made ‘the worst’ the real.