After the Coalition for Community Justice (CCJ) sponsored housekeeper luncheon students began to gather in the garden in force. Students then marched through campus gaining numbers as they peacefully walked and chanted for a better wage. The march led students to president Eastman's office where they presented the president with a petition signed by one third of the student body advocating raising workers wages on campus to a living wage. President Eastman was very receptive and spoke with students and participated in an open discussion on the topic of workers wages. Look for an article in the St. Pete Times or for a report on the news. The days events were evidence of the community building power of the garden.