After a student group withdrew support for "Free Speech Week," Milo Yiannopoulos showed up anyway Sunday.
After student group the Berkeley Patriot withdrew its support for "Free Speech Week," Yiannopoulos came to campus Sunday anyway, but only spoke to a crowd of 100.
UC Berkeley spokesman Dan Mogulof and UC Berkeley Police Chief Margo Bennett gave a brief statement to the media on Sunday afternoon.
Berkeleyside reporters and photographers were on scene at Telegraph Avenue and Bancroft Way prior for a protest and appearance by Milo Yiannopoulos and supporters.
In an interview with Berkeleyside, the provocateur seemed calm and ready to march through campus to confront his opponents.
Hundreds of people marched in Berkeley and Oakland on Saturday to express their opposition to white supremacy and fascism.
Milo Yiannopoulos said Saturday morning he would share news "in an emergency Facebook Live press conference shortly."
The student group that had hoped to bring four days of speakers to the Cal campus has withdrawn its support for the event.
Calling the Milo Yiannopoulos show "Free Speech Week" is language appropriation. Repeating that lie works against us.
The alt-right is laying a trap for students during next week’s planned “Free Speech Week,” a writer with the Southern Poverty Law Center told students and administrators Tuesday.
The case against violent tactics is not simply one of political strategy. It’s a moral choice. The end does not justify the means.
One person has been charged with a misdemeanor in connection with a demonstration in Berkeley on Thursday outside a Ben Shapiro talk at Cal.
Police are looking into what caused the injuries of a woman who fell to the ground during a protest in Berkeley on Thursday.