Thousands marched in May Day demonstrations in Oakland bringing renewed vigor to a day of protest with recently flagging numbers.
An estimated 2,000-3,000 protesters rallied outside Fruitvale Village before marching to San Antonio Park in East Oakland. Recently, the annual day of protest has become associated
Correction: A previous version of the article referred to the anarchist website “It’s Going Down” as an Antifa website.
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[media-credit id=466 align="alignright" width="373"][/media-credit] People pour milk into the eyes of a pepper-sprayed right-wing protester at the corner of Center and Milvia Streets in
Violence erupted in Berkeley today when competing left and right wing groups clashed in Martin Luther King Park.
It was unclear which group announced their event first, but both were determined to rally in the park simultaneously.
Rich Black, who organized the March for Trump event at
Alternative visions of womanhood are taking center stage at the 60th San Francisco International Film Festival.
More than 50 movies showing at this year’s SFFilm Festival were directed by women. Several of these were presented at the festival’s College Days series attended by students from
“This new faith has emerged from a bizarre fusion of the cultural bohemianism of San Francisco with the hi-tech industries of Silicon Valley,” wrote Richard Barbrook and Andy Cameron in their 1995 paper “The Californian Idealogy.”
The “new faith” was a strange hybrid of Reaganomics and
California ranks highest in the U.S. for having the most organized hate groups, according to a recently released report.
The annual study, known as the “Intelligence Report,” was authored by the Southern Policy Law Center, which tracks hate groups. The number of hate groups rose nationally
Thousands have shown up to the golden anniversary exhibit that reflects on one of the most militant organizations of the Civil Rights era.
Workers at the ticketing desk said “All Power to the People: The Black Panthers at 50” is creating the largest turnout for
Berkeley protest creates tension over conflicting practices of free speech
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[media-credit name="Tate Drunker" align="alignright" width="500"][/media-credit] A Trump supporter rescues his blazing "Make America Great Again" hat from where a protestor placed it on a toppled spotlight at Sproul Plaza at UC Berkeley campus,
Militant protests shut down a scheduled speaking event by controversial “alt-right” speaker and Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos Wednesday night at UC Berkeley.
The protest resulted in an impromptu march down Bancroft Avenue after university officials canceled the event roughly an hour before it began.
Campus police announced
A demonstration to keep controversial "alt-right" speaker and Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos from speaking at the University of California, Berkeley has turned into an impromptu march.
Campus police called off the event and issued a dispersal order shortly after 6 p.m., about an hour before Yiannopoulos