California campuses hold walkouts and rallies to protest education cuts on March 4, 2010 in Berkeley, Calif. Credit: Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
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Dr. Angela Y. Davis is a well known Black scholar who regularly speaks out on the topic of free college. Below are excerpted quotes and a recording of her talk at Skyline College in 2020.
Video: Dr. Angela Davis on free education
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Dr. Angela Davis: Not only did all community colleges be free, and I, I am very critical of many of the things Obama did, but I think it was very important that he made that Proposal that every single Community College in this country be free, em, and it also used to be the case. So it's why is it so hard for us to imagine free education now?
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Dr. Angela Davis: I have a part of my family migrated from Alabama to California because California have free education.
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Dr. Angela Davis: So free health care free education accessible housing.
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Dr. Angela Davis: You know, this is socialism, but it's also about a humane approach to the use of the collective wealth that is produced in our world.
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Democratic Party Debate, PBS News Hour, February 11, 2016.