February 1: No “alt-right” hate at Berkeley

On February 1, “alt-right” (white supremacist) professional harasser Milo Yiannopoulos is scheduled to speak in the Pauley Ballroom at UC Berkeley. When he spoke at the University of Washington on January 20, one of his supporters shot somebody. When he tried to speak at UC Davis, though, protest shut him down. Don’t let white supremacists and neo-Nazis use Berkeley’s campus as a space to organize: join us in unwelcoming Milo to Berkeley.

6pm Wednesday, February 1 –¬†Pauley Ballroom

 

J20 Rally and March

On January 20, thousands of students, faculty, staff and community members at Berkeley will join a nationwide strike to resist Trump and the oppression, exploitation and violence for which he stands. As Trump is inaugurated, we will skip work and school to labor instead for our vision of a liberated university and a better world.
We want a free, public, democratic and just system of higher education, which requires racial justice, religious freedom, full equality for women, transgender and all LGBTQQIA people, full rights for formerly incarcerated and undocumented people and for all immigrants and refugees, just working conditions for all University employees, and the allocation of university and state resources according to the principles of justice, equality, and transparency.
Friday, January 20:
Teach-ins 8am-12pm
Rally @ Sproul Plaza 12pm, followed by march