Long Beach activists protest possible net neutrality repeal. Verizon stores all over the country were met with picketers in support of preserving internet regulations.
As the sun rose over the Lakewood Center, a tired Verizon employee made his way to unlock the store and begin another day, but not before walking through a crowd of picketers taking aim at the telecommunications company. Over 20 people held signs reading “Save our Internet” and “Stop the[Read More…]
Chaos ensued Tuesday evening as a murky blend of protesters, supporters and armed police officers crowded the perimeter of the Titan Student Union at Cal State Fullerton, awaiting the arrival of Milo Yiannopoulos. The event was preceded by intense protesting which led to the arrests of at least eight people[Read More…]
Beneath an unforgiving sun, a crowd of about 20 individuals sporting blue shirts and signs gathered in front of Brotman Hall on Wednesday to peacefully protest the pay grade structures and benefits for Cal State Long Beach staff. The Long Beach chapter of the California State University Employees Union rallied[Read More…]
Without so much as the stroke of a pen, President Donald Trump has put the lives of 800,000 in limbo. The Sept. 5 deadline for a decision had left many waiting and hoping. After promising to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program his first day in office, Trump[Read More…]
On Monday, President Trump announced he would fulfill his campaign promise to remove the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, letting down many after a tense Labor day weekend of waiting. Protesters popped up around the country, with Los Angeles and New York taking center stage. But Cal State Long Beach[Read More…]
More than 200 people gathered on a cold and windy Friday night at Harvey Milk Park in downtown Long Beach to protest President Donald Trump just hours after his inauguration. The protesters chanted and marched their way to Promenade Square and were greeted with both honks of support and words[Read More…]