DN: As UC Berkeley Investigates Police Brutality Against Students Protesting Fee Hikes, a Report From Inside the Takeover of Wheeler Hall

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Source: LA Times

The University of California, Berkeley is investigating allegations of police brutality against students and workers protesting fee hikes and budget cuts last week. 40 students were arrested Friday night after campus police entered Wheeler Hall, which the students had taken over earlier in the day. The students were part of a statewide movement protesting the UC Board of Regents decision to raise tuition by 32 percent. Independent journalist Brandon Jourdan, who was embedded with the students inside the occupied building on Friday, files a report for Democracy Now!

Source: http://www.democracynow.org/2009/11/24/as_uc_berkeley_investigates_police_brutality

Students responded to the hikes by organizing demonstrations around the state, including UCLA and UC Santa Cruz.


Posted on November 27, 2009, in protests, Statistics, student organizing. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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