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On Tuesday, February 12, representatives from the University of California Office of the President will be convening UCI to discuss the future of health care across the UCs.    Several issues are at stake for all UC students, graduates and undergraduates alike. … Continue reading

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University of California, Irvine: Stop the conflation of Physical Abuse charges with Sexual Assault and Rape

(Reblogged from Radical Feminist Collective Blog) Sign the Letter here: https://www.change.org/petitions/university-of-california-irvine-administration-stop-the-conflation-of-physical-abuse-charges-with-sexual-assault-and-rape We  the undersigned, are ashamed that our university has charged a student activist with physical abuse with no evidence to support these charges.  At the same time, the University of California, … Continue reading

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The FBI is seeking information from UCI activists, again.

Today a UCI activist comrade was approached by the FBI: Two FBI agents showed up at the parent’s house wanting to know information on another activist on campus. This is how the conversation went: FBI: Do you know X?Comrade: I … Continue reading

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Progressive Labor Party Harbors Rapists

In 2006 Progressive Labor Party member Seth Miller raped an anarchist activist who had been his close friend and a fellow organizer for many years in the Los Angeles area. The activist found no recourse in the legal system but hoped that … Continue reading

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Student Conduct Charges from Nov. 8th Rally + March

In response to the previous letter the lawyer sent to the administration (see here: UAW Lawyer’s email to the UCI admin), the Office of Student Conduct has released their first charge against a student-worker that organized and participated in November 8th’s … Continue reading

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UCI uses force to silence students right to protest.

On November 8th, about 200 students gathered at the flagpoles in dissatisfaction of the misplaced priorities of the University and the state in funding public education.  “Prop 30 Won’t Save Us” because we have already suffered enough.  Our situation as … Continue reading

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November 8th: Prop 30 Won’t Save Us

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