Amber Cummings is planning yet another march and protest this Sunday in Berkeley. The notorious local anti-Antifa figure has made her presence known at just about every local left-right skirmish throughout the Bay Area since things really started to heat up in 2015. Although she makes her way to out-of-town
Hey, folks! Guess who’s coming back to town? We caught wind of an IndyBay post announcing the return of the alt-right (far-right or whatever you want to call them) crowd scheduled for May 3 at San Francisco City Hall and after a little digging around, we were able to confirm
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It was a beautiful day to march around and squash fascist ideology in San Francisco. While the much touted white supremacists cowered in their hotel rooms, San Franciscans rallied and marched all over our city in the name of love, equality, and human rights. There were anti-fascist, pro-love rallies at Alamo
As the Bay Area braces itself for Saturday’s planned appearance by the alt-right, more and more people are coming up with creative ways to say a resounding NO! to hate. For musician Mark Joseph, an Outer Sunset resident, the key to stopping the alt-right’s message is to respond with love.
We need to intelligently prepare ourselves by knowing our rights and restrictions as counter-protesters. The behavior of others is not under your control, but these tips will help you be as safe as you can be at a volatile protest
The police presence, the alt-right group putting it on, and all the counter-protests planned