KTVU / February 17, 2019
“Luna Soo, 10, isn’t sure what to expect come Thursday. The fourth grader may show up to school and her teacher may not be there. ‘I wonder how long the strike will last,’ she said. ‘We may be doing other projects and learning what the strike is, why they are doing it.’ … Parent Liz Suk is planning to send her two children to a solidarity school and also running one herself. It’s a place for parents who support the strike to take their children. ‘We will have different types of classes,’ said Suk. ‘We might have some space for music. We will have space for art. We will have space for political education around the strike.'”
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