The city is anticipating a small pro-Trump demonstration Saturday at Civic Center Park as well as a counter-protest that has been called for noon in the same location.
The teacher who made headlines this week after going on Fox News to defend the role of violent protest in shutting down "racist, misogynistic and homophobic" messages is asking her supporters to push back.
People on the right side of the political spectrum are furious at the Berkeley school teacher's contention that it was okay to shut down Milo Yiannopoulos' slated talk.
Jason Bircea, a graduating English major at UC Berkeley, reflects on the Feb. 1 protests prompted by the slated appearance of right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos at Cal.
Debate is raging over whether those who caused chaos at the Milo Yiannopoulos protests were from the left or the right.
Protests against far-right provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos started peacefully but turned violent when anarchists turned up.
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 hundreds of people who marched from UC Berkeley to join in.
Six weeks after the Berkeley Unified School District placed Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School teacher Yvette Felarca on administrative leave “pending an investigation into concerns that have been raised,” the teacher will be returning to her classroom.
A roomful of supporters of Berkeley teacher Yvette Felarca — who was placed on paid leave by the district last month — demanded during Wednesday night’s School Board meeting that she be returned to her classroom immediately and taken off leave.
The Berkeley Unified School District has placed Yvette Felarca, a Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School teacher who is also a controversial anti-racist activist, on administrative leave “pending an investigation into concerns that have been raised.”
The teacher’s involvement at a protest in Sacramento prompted threats of violence against students at King Middle School.
Local and federal authorities investigated threats Monday targeting youth at a North Berkeley middle school by a group that demanded the termination of a teacher who protested against a neo-Nazi rally in Sacramento over the weekend.
Hundreds of protesters who took part in anti-police and Black Lives Matter demonstrations in the East Bay in December will need to wait, possibly up to a year, to find out if they have been charged after they were arrested during the protests, some of which turned violent.
© Berkeleyside All Rights Reserved.