March 29, 1934, Pages 1, 3
PLANS FOR WALK-OUT
OUTLINED BY LEAGUE
Students To Ask Instructors
To Strike With Them
On April 13
The Brooklyn College
Anti-War League has outlined a program of activity for National Student
Anti-War Week, April 6-13. The activities are both local and city-wide,
but the object of every action is preparation for the nationwide strike
on April 13. The chief and most significant event of the week, the
strike on April 13, has received the support of Student Council,
Spotlight, and many clubs. The Anti-War League, with Council, has
outlined the plans for the march to Long Island University. Students
will go to their 11 o'clock classes, and leave the classes at 11:05,
calling upon their instructors and fellow students to walk out with
The students will form
ranks and march from each building to L. I. U. where they will be
joined by the students and faculty of L.I.U. Addresses by students and
faculty members will be made, and the meeting will be dismissed, with
enough time to reach the fourth hour classes.
The return march will be
from L.I.U, down Pearl St. to Willoughby St. where ranks will he
broken, and students will return to classes.
On April 6 at 12 noon,
students from all the metropolitan colleges will march from Madison
Square (23rd St. and Fifth Ave.) to Columbus Circle. Students will
address the meeting at Columbus Circle.
A large mass meeting at
which students, professionals and workers will be present, has been
called for the evening of April 6. Barry F. Ward, Carl Brodsky, Anne
Gray, and Roger Baldwin will speak.
The other activity which
will be participated in by all the city's colleges is the picketing of
armories and other buildings during the week.
A series of meetings will
be held at Brooklyn College from April 9 to 12. The largest and most
important meeting will be on Wednesday, April 11 at 12:15 in 3011.
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