Leftist university calls cops on AIM activists – AIM’s Berkeley fight continues

November 13, 2022

By Accuracy In Media

Originally published at Jewish News Syndicate
UC Berkeley calls cops on protest against ‘Jewish Free Zones’

By Daniel Greenfield | November 10, 2022

During the Black Lives Matter riots, University of California Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ endorsed police defunding. “Elements of our country’s law enforcement culture dehumanize some of the very people whose safety and wellness police officers are sworn to protect,” she falsely claimed.

Two weeks ago, UC Berkeley called the police on a protest against campus antisemitism and the “Jewish Free Zones” erected by elements of its law school.

Berkeley Law School Dean Erwin Chemerinsky had claimed that the university couldn’t take any action against the “Jewish Free Zones” enacted by student organizations even as he admitted that they would bar 90% of Jewish speakers. “That is their First Amendment right. I find their statement offensive, but they have the right to say it. To punish these student groups, or students, for their speech would clearly violate the Constitution,” he argued.

Read the entire article at Daily Mail


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