Federal judge dismisses $23M lawsuit over Milo Yiannopoulos protest

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Robles, who is a conservative, came to Berkeley on Feb. 1, 2017, to see Milo Yiannopoulos speak. She alleged that she was assaulted at the event with pepper spray and “struck” by flagpoles, according to court documents. She also alleged that defendant Raha Miradbal — who Robles claims is a member of “antifa,” a term for anti-fascist groups — shone a flashlight in her eyes “to incapacitate” her and other Yiannopoulos supporters so others could “physically assault them.”
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Fixing UC Berkeley politics starts with rhetoric we employ

On Oct. 5, BridgeUSA co-hosted a symposium with the Berkeley Center for New Media — BCNM — and the Graduate Assembly centered around free speech in the age of social media. To briefly recap: The event went well. Robert Reich and Chancellor Carol Christ delivered excellent keynote addresses, the panel
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RefuseFascism.org speaks at Revolution Books

You’ve seen them at protests. You’ve seen them on Sproul Plaza. Here is Sunsara Taylor, a member of Refuse Fascism talking about what this group is and what it stands for. Video by: Ashley-Grace Vo & Nate Mahowald