A Patriots Day rally in Berkeley turned violent on Saturday April 15, 2017 as Trump supporters and white supremacists clashed with a group of black bloc protesters in Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park. Breanna Reeves keeps the camera rolling to document the violence
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
Associated Students Inc. collected testimonials from students at Malcolm X Plaza Wednesday to reject a tuition increase proposed for the fall semester.
“This is crunch time,” said Celia LoBuono Gonzalez, ASI’s vice president of external affairs. “We really need students to step up and speak their
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Violence broke out as an event promoted as a march for Trump and alt-right rally clashed against counter-protesters with fists and pepper spray in Berkeley Saturday afternoon.
The March 4 Trump ralliers arrived at Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park around 12:30 p.m., joining the
Video by Jason Rejali and Mason Rockfellow
Correction: a previous version of this article misspelled the name of University Police Department Deputy Chief Reginald Parson as "Parsons," and also made reference to him as the UPD Chief Reginald Parson. Both errors have since been corrected.
Interactive graphic by Nicole Ortega
History is packed with stories of the oppressed, taking actions against oppressors in order to gain freedom and equality, and SF State played significant roles in these battles– most notably in 1968. This timeline shows not only cultural events from around
Businesses all over San Francisco are showing support for their immigrant workforce by closing their doors in participation of “A Day Without Immigrants.”
The protest follows President Donald Trump’s pledge to deport undocumented immigrants, build a wall along Mexico’s borders and ban immigrants and travelers from
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
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Thousands of protesters flooded Market Street in opposition as Trump was sworn as the 45th President of the United States Friday morning.
Protests took place throughout the day, the largest being the “Inauguration Day Trump Protest,” which began at UN Plaza Friday evening.
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Over 400 protesters joined the "Resist Trump" march from Justin Herman Plaza in San Francisco on Friday.
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SF State students waved flags representing Mexico and LGBTQ+ and held signs with messages like "Dump Trump" as they gathered in Malcolm X Plaza on Wednesday. With plans to march in solidarity against President Elect Donald Trump and join protesters downtown, the crowd of about 50
A news helicopter hovered over Malcolm X Plaza today as students and faculty gathered for a planned rally by a European heritage advocacy organization, but the group unexpectedly changed the location of the protest.
Identity Evropa, an “organization dedicated to promoting interests of people of European
Almost forty students gathered in Malcolm X Plaza chanting "Dump Trump" during an anti-Trump rally Monday, April 25, holding signs with Donald Trump's face crossed out and printed with the slogan.
The event, hosted by the San Francisco Democratic Party, featured speeches by SF State students and San
A group of around 25 students rallied on 19th and Holloway avenues Wednesday to bring attention to the wide range of issues affecting SF State as of late.
Issues surrounding the College of Ethnic Studies, the California Faculty Association and an independent financial analysis released last
“The Middle East, Israel in particular, have always been hot topics for this campus,” Assistant Director to San Francisco Hillel Rachel Nilson said before introducing Jerusalem mayor Nir Barkat for an open dialogue with SF State students and community members. Her statement turned out
“Our education is our liberation!” read a vibrant yellow sign held up by students as they stormed the quad and marched directly to the front of the Administration Building.
Provost Sue Rosser refused to sign a list of demands presented to her by students of
Provost Sue Rosser refused to sign the list of demands presented to her by the students of the College of Ethnic Studies at a rally Wednesday.
Nearly 200 students and faculty attended the event in order to voice their support for the College in light of recent
Halfway through a speaking event hosted by the Stop Mass Incarceration Network and the Revolution Club, main speaker D’andre Teeter proposed something radical to the attending students on Thursday. Teeter, the Bay Area organizer for the Stop Mass Incarceration Network, demanded a student strike in
Students and faculty rally after a tension filled meeting with SF State President Leslie Wong regarding budget cuts in the College of Ethnic studies. Read the full story: Students and faculty meet with President Wong as potential cuts loom for ethnic studies
Students clad in black and red hurried around the halls of the Ethnic Studies and Psychology Building early Thursday morning with flyers still warm from the printer, as they rushed to post them across campus and spread word to the student body about a meeting
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="576"] Mat Porkola (Exhibit technician at the Exploratorium) calls for people to sign the petition to save the glass blowing class at a rally at Malcolm X Plaza, Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2013. Photo by Benjamin Kamps / Xpress[/caption]
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