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UC DAVIS PEPPER SPRAY
UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi Placed On Leave Over Claims Of Ethics Violations
By Brendan O'Brien, Reuters
Katehi has come under scrutiny since the Sacramento Bee published documents it said showed the university paid consultants to quash negative posts about the school.
John Pike, Pepper-Spraying Cop, Gets $38,000 Disability Settlement
University spokesman Andy Fell said the case was resolved in accordance with state laws. DAVIS, Calif. (AP) — The former
UC Davis Pepper Spraying Saga Is Finally Over With Judge Approving Settlement
The university has worked towards implementing reforms mentioned in the task force's report, and Lt. John Pike, the officer
Human Rights Day: How Social Video Changes the Game for Advocacy and Accountability
Deputy Director, CITRIS and the Banatao Institute, UC
As access to consumer video equipment has increased, so has the opportunity for citizen journalists and bystanders to capture violations they witness.
UC Davis Pepper Spraying Victims To Receive Nearly $1 Million Settlement
Former state Supreme Court Justice Cruz Reynoso, who lead one of the internal reviews, said earlier this year that the administration
UC Davis Pepper Spray Victims To Receive Settlement From University Of California
Plaintiffs claim they were targeted by police "for forcible arrests based on their past political activism and associations
Lt. John Pike, UC Davis Pepper Spray Cop, No Longer Working At University
UC Davis spokesman Barry Shiller declined to elaborate or explain whether he was fired or left on his own accord. According
UC Davis Confirms Officer At Center Of Pepper Spraying Controversy No Longer On The Force
Lt. John Pike, the UC Davis police officer who became a focal point of last November's pepper spraying incident during a
UC Davis Pepper Spraying: Judge Rules University Must Name Campus Police Involved
The campus police officers' union, the Federated University Police Officers Association, argued releasing their names would
University Of California Report Details How To Avoid Violent Altercations With Protesters
Now a new report released last week, written by Christopher Edley Jr., the dean of Berkeley Law, and Charles Robinson, the
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Ron Paul Spoke Right Next to Where UC Davis Students Were Pepper Sprayed; Nobody Protested
Communications manager for Wildlife Health Center and freelanc...
if any other Republican presidential candidate were to have stopped by the UC Davis quad to give a campaign speech last week, there's little doubt in my mind that it would have been overshadowed by some form of protest.
Clown Show at UC Davis -- Too Bad It's Not Funny
Composer, Historian, Journalist, and Professor at UC Davis
Remember those videos of campus police pepper spraying seated students in the face at UC Davis last November? Old news, right? Well, it has taken all this time for the task force appointed by the UC president to make its report public.
UC Davis Pepper Spray Investigation Report Released, Campus Police Condemned For Their Actions
This is a developing story, more to come. Officials plan to discuss their findings in the report Wednesday afternoon during
Report On UC Davis Pepper Spraying Halted On Request Of Campus Police Union
"I am disappointed," Yudof said, "and I have asked the UC General Counsel's office to do everything in its power in court
How to Fund an American Police State
Author, 'Mohamed’s Ghosts: An American Story of Love and Fear ...
The chances of an American dying in a terrorist incident in a given year are 1 in 3.5 million. To reduce that risk, to make something minuscule even more minuscule, what has the nation spent? What has it cost us?
12 Most Hopeful Trends to Build on in 2012
Sarah van Gelder
Founder and director of PeoplesHub
This uprising is the biggest reason for hope in 2012. The following are 12 ways the Occupy movement and other major trends of 2011 offer a foundation for a transformative 2012.
The Chancellor and the Student, or, Speaking Truth to Power
Composer, Historian, Journalist, and Professor at UC Davis
UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi has stated that she tried to meet with students who were pepper-sprayed but was rebuffed. This came as a surprise to Jerika Heinze, who says she has been contacting the Chancellor's office nearly every day asking for a meeting.
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Artists Create Police Brutality Coloring Book (PHOTOS)
Nelson started contacting artists he knew and artists that he had heard of through the various protests. Nelson enlisted
WATCH: A New Anthem for the Occupy Movement: #FilmThePolice
Rapper, Activist, Screenwriter
UC Davis' Peppergate Meltdown: Only the Tip of the Glacier
Retired community organizer, UC Davis alumnus
The Peppergate scandal at UC Davis is no more about Lt. Pike and bungling cops on the Quad than Watergate was about E. Howard Hunt and burglars in the Democratic headquarters. Or, at least, it shouldn't be -- not if the university is to have a soul going forward.
What Age Do You Teach Your Child Current Events?
Is it my job as a mother to shield an almost eight-year-old from a lesson about society and social unrest? Or do I discuss current events with him as I see fit?
Our Students Are Not Protesting in a Vacuum
Chancellor Emerita and Distinguished Professor of Electrical a...
Outrage over the use of pepper spray and other violent confrontations has generated the biggest headlines and sparked the most anger, with good reason. We cannot let that keep us from addressing the root cause of so much campus upheaval.
Birmingham High Schools Allegedly Use Pepper Spray On Students More Than Anywhere Else
After a lawsuit was filed last year on behalf of eight high school students against the Birmingham Board of Education over
In Defense of Linda Katehi, UC Davis Chancellor
Gregory C. Pappas
President, The Pappas Group; Publisher, Greek America Magazine...
It is important to understand Linda Katehi's background and how it has shaped her commitment to education -- and making education accessible to those who traditionally do not have access to it.
9 Festive Uses for Pepper Spray
Columnist, SFGate/San Francisco Chronicle; Author, 'The Daring...
Toddlers. Oh, they think they're so cute. They think they're so important, what with claiming to be... what was it again? Right. "The future." I mean, please.
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