AP Poll: Americans favor stricter gun laws

A new AP-NORC poll finds two-thirds of Americans support stricter guns laws, but a UC Berkeley gun expert says don’t expect quick changes to national gun policy like those in made in New Zealand after mass shootings in two mosques. (March 25)

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How NFL Protests Mirror Berkeley’s 1960s Free Speech Movement (HBO)

In response to President Trump’s call for NFL players to be fired for protesting police brutality during the national anthem, players protested en masse at Sunday’s games.

The battle over free speech in the NFL may be new. But it has uncanny echoes of a 1960s fight at UC-Berkeley waged by a coalition of students from across the political spectrum known as the Free Speech Movement. The F.S.M. started in the fall of 1964 after the Berkeley administration banned all political activity on campus. The F.S.M.’s goal was a complete repeal of the ban. But the energy that drove the movement came from deeper grievances.

VICE News looks at the root of the movement and how it connects to today’s free speech battles

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‘US media create hysteria’: Protesters crash UC Berkeley to prevent Breitbart News editor’s speech

A protest has turned violent at the University of California, Berkeley, where the editor of the conservative news website Breitbart and Trump supporter, Milo Yiannopoulos, was due to give a speech against “sanctuary campuses” for undocumented students. Activists smashed windows – including a building where Yiannopoulos was supposed to give a speech. The rioters, masked in black, used baseball bats and stones to destroy property. READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/824h

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Riot breaks out at UC Berkeley amid protest of Breitbart editor’s speech

A protest turned violent at the University of California at Berkeley, resulting in the cancellation of a talk from conservative provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos, an editor of Breitbart News.
Yiannopoulos was expected speak against “sanctuary campuses,” which promised to protect undocumented students in wake of President Donald Trump’s tough stance on illegal immigration.

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