Protesters were demonstrating a talk by right-wing pundit Ann Coulter at UC Berkeley.
A man who became a conservative icon in 2017 for showing up armed at political rallies where antifascists and right-wing activists clashed has been found guilty of possession of a weapon at one of those rallies.
A federal judge ruled that the activist and her colleagues are responsible for Judicial Watch’s legal fees in a case involving Berkeley Unified.
In a new executive order, the president codified a threat he made against UC Berkeley two years ago.
Yvette Felarca’s felony assault charges, stemming from a protest against a neo-Nazi rally, were bound over for trial in February.
The preliminary hearing for the Sacramento assault charges began Dec. 6 and will continue in January.
SLATE pre-dated the Free Speech and anti-Vietnam War movements. Its members protested racial discrimination by holding ‘shop-ins’ at Lucky’s supermarket on Telegraph Avenue.
Both sides said they consider the outcome a victory.
A week of events across the Bay Area, organized by Oakland-based nonprofit Not in Our Town, grew out of Berkeley’s 2017 ‘Berkeley Stands United Against Hate’ poster campaign.
‘One day, one night: The fuse that lit the Battles of Berkeley’ is a 12,000-word oral history crafted by Frances Dinkelspiel that tells a story through the voices of those who were there.
Members of Rise Above Movement trained in military-like tactics before coming to Berkeley. They later bragged on social media about hitting people and stealing Yvette Felarca’s banner.
The 150 pages of documents were released to a right-wing group after the teacher lost a lawsuit.