Pro-Palestinian UCLA Protest Turns Chaotic: Police Clash with Demonstrators – Exclusive Footage Inside

Los Angeles, California – Pro-Palestinian protesters at UCLA were met with police intervention on Monday, leading to several arrests. The demonstrators had been moving across campus, pausing to read out the names of Palestinians who have lost their lives in Gaza. The peaceful demonstration took a chaotic turn, with a skirmish line forming between police and private security guards facing off against protesters behind barricades. A member of Faculty for Justice in Palestine, associate professor …

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Nonviolent Protest Pioneer Rev. James Lawson Jr. Dies at 95 – His Impact on Civil Rights Movement Will Inspire Generations

Los Angeles, California – The nation mourns the loss of the revered civil rights leader, the Rev. James Lawson Jr., who passed away at the age of 95 in Los Angeles after a brief illness. Known as an advocate for nonviolent protest during the Civil Rights Movement, Lawson was a pivotal figure who inspired and guided activists in their stand against systemic racism and discrimination. A close confidant of the iconic Rev. Martin Luther King …

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Pro-Palestinian Students Lose Degrees Over Campus Activism: Shocking Impact of Graduation Protest

Chicago, Illinois – Graduation is a significant milestone for many Americans, symbolizing the achievement of a coveted academic credential beyond just the ceremonial aspect. However, for some college students who have taken part in pro-Palestinian protests, their campus activism has come at a cost – the delay or denial of their degrees. Youssef Hasweh, a University of Chicago political science student, is among four students facing withheld degrees due to their involvement in a protest …

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Pro-Palestinian Protest at Brooklyn Museum Ends in Chaos: 34 Arrested, Artwork Damaged

Brooklyn, New York saw a tumultuous protest over the weekend, as the New York Police Department detained 34 individuals following a pro-Palestinian demonstration that culminated in damage to artwork and harassment of staff at the Brooklyn Museum. The protest, organized by the New York-based Palestinian group Within Our Lifetime, aimed to pressure the museum into disclosing and divesting from investments related to Israel’s military actions in the Gaza Strip. Beginning at the Barclays Center on …

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Harvard-Epworth Church Leadership Angered and Dismayed by Unauthorized Protest in Sanctuary During ‘People’s Commencement’

CAMBRIDGE, MA – The leadership of Harvard-Epworth Church expressed their dismay after the venue became the site of a large-scale protest following a pro-Palestine walkout at Harvard’s graduation. Pastors Mitch Hay and Barb Lemmel wrote in an email to the congregation that they did not give permission for the protest to take place in the church’s sanctuary. They were under the impression that they rented the venue to a small student group to honor the …

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Harvard Graduates Walk Out Over Gaza Protest Controversy: Students Demand Justice for Palestinian Cause

Cambridge, Massachusetts – Graduation day at Harvard University took a surprising turn when hundreds of students decided to stage a walkout in protest. The walkout was sparked by the school’s controversial decision to prevent 13 students who participated in Gaza campus demonstrations from graduating. Prior to this, activists supporting Palestine had set up a encampment on campus, echoing similar protests that had taken place at other universities across the country, starting at Columbia University in …

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Security Concerns: GOP Demands Secret Service Move Protest Zone Away from Convention Site in Milwaukee

Milwaukee, Wisconsin – The Republican National Committee is urging the Secret Service Director to intervene in relocating a planned protest zone further away from the upcoming party convention in Milwaukee. GOP officials are concerned that the current location could lead to potential clashes between delegates and protesters. The call for action comes as the party prepares for its convention scheduled for July 15-18 at the Fiserv Forum. In a letter to Secret Service Director Kim …

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Harvard Students Denied Degrees Over Pro-Palestinian Protest: Shocking Decision Revealed!

Cambridge, Massachusetts – Thirteen Harvard University students who participated in a recent pro-Palestinian protest encampment on campus will not be receiving their degrees at the commencement ceremony scheduled for Thursday. The university’s governing board made the decision to deny the students their degrees despite a recommendation from faculty members to allow them to graduate with their classmates. The students will still be able to take part in the ceremonies but will not officially receive their …

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Pro-Palestinian Students Arrested at Columbia University Campus Protest – Find Out Why!

New York City – In late April, tensions ran high at Columbia University as student protesters defied orders to dismantle their pro-Palestinian encampment on campus. As police gathered outside the locked gates, nearly 300 protesters faced imminent arrests in a show of solidarity against Israel’s actions in Gaza. Among those arrested were students from both Columbia University and City College of New York, sparking a larger conversation about the consequences of activism on college campuses. …

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Pardon – Texas Governor Pardons Daniel Perry After Black Lives Matter Protest Shooting, Sparks Controversy

Austin, Texas – Texas Governor Greg Abbott has pardoned Daniel Perry, an Army sergeant convicted of killing a protester during a Black Lives Matter demonstration in 2020. Perry’s pardon comes after a recommendation from the pardons board, highlighting the governor’s decision to grant clemency in this high-profile case. The incident in question took place during a protest in Austin, Texas, where Perry, who was stationed at Fort Hood, shot and killed a protester while driving …

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