Several hundred demonstrators gathered Friday lunchtime on the UC Berkeley campus to protest the newly inaugurated President of the United States.
We provide a travel guide to the movement, from the banging of pots and the Ghostlight Project through an anti-inauguration Blue Ball and three Women’s Marches.
Sociologist Arlie Hochschild ventured from Berkeley to ask people in Louisiana why they were voting against their best interests.
Celia McCarthy and Pamela McKinstry, co-owners of Piedmont Yarn in Oakland, show off the pussy hats they made. Their store will host a knit-in and will serve as a drop-off place to deliver hats to marchers in Washington D.C as well as the Bay Area. Photo: Celia McCarthy Almost every day for the past few […]
A protester holds a “Not my president” sign after Donald Trump was elected Tuesday. Photo: Daniel McPartlan A protester holds a “Not my president” sign after Donald Trump was elected Tuesday. Photo: Daniel McPartlan Update, 10:45 p.m. About 150 people remain in downtown Oakland on Wednesday night after a huge protest earlier in the evening that included […]
At around 1:20 p.m. many student protesters were at the UC Berkeley Campanile, just as several hundred had been in the morning. Photo: Arielle Gordon-Rowe Update 1:45 p.m. The student protest on the UC Berkeley campus is disbanding. Update, 1:20 p.m. The group of protesters that marched through downtown has headed on to the UC Berkeley […]