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We are signing to show our support for UMass Boston's College of Publicand Community Service & our Major/Concentration in Community Media& Technology.

It is integral that CPCS remain a part of UMass Boston. The CommunityMedia and Technology Program should be reinstated as well. Many of uschose to attend UMass Boston because of the CMT program. It is acrucial program and deserves much more support than the previousadministration allowed.

Speaking as a CMT student: we are the future for technology. CMT needsto be expanded to allow those who are interested and who have theability to have the opportunity to display our talents and skills aswell as the capability of all form of Media & Technology.

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