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.
The four men are all associated with the Rise Above Movement (RAM), which officials described as a “militant white-supremacist organization based in Southern California.”
The Nov. 11-18 week aims to highlight the prevalence of hate crimes and bring communities together to speak out against hate.
Neither UC Berkeley nor city of Berkeley officials could have withheld police protection from Kiara Robles because of her political beliefs or sexuality, the judge ruled.