Trump On Super Bowl: 'Proudly Stand For The National Anthem'Trump issued a Super Bowl message on Sunday that, in keeping with the White House's opposition to NFL protests against police brutality and racial injustice, included a line about standing for the national anthem.
Veterans Blast Pico Rivera Teacher For His Anti-Military RemarksThey demanded Gregory Salcido be fired from his job at El Rancho High School.
Black Leaders Scoff At Trump Appearing At Opening Of Civil Rights MuseumAs Trump gazed at an exhibit on Freedom Riders at the new Museum of Mississippi History and the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum, demonstrators near the site held up signs that said "Make America Civil Again" and "Lock Him Up."
As Pro-Love, Anti-Sharia Law Groups Plan Protests, Police Ready To Step InSteve Walker believes the IRC has already seen too much violence and pain.
Colin Kaepernick Named GQ's 'Citizen Of The Year'The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback began kneeling instead of standing during the national anthem last season to protest racial inequality and police brutality.
Study: Violent Political Confrontations Rising In CaliforniaProfessor Brian Levin says that violent political confrontations are increasing in California along with a statewide rise in hate crimes.
Leaders Ask SoCal Communities To Peacefully Speak Out Against Hate Speakers at an interfaith rally in South L.A. spoke out against hate in America with blunt condemnation of recent violence.
Politicon Kicks Off In PasadenaThe demonstrators disrupted a panel featuring conservative commentator Ann Coulter.
Anti-Sharia Rally Prompts Lively Protest In San BernardinoSeveral clusters of protesters gathered on four corners of an intersection and held a loud protest.
Thousands Protest On Day 100 Of Trump Presidency To Demand Action On Climate ChangeOrganizers said about 300 sister marches or rallies were being held around the country, including in Seattle, Boston and San Francisco.
CSU Board Of Trustees Approves 5 Percent Tuition Hike; Students ProtestThe nation's largest public university system says it needs to hire more faculty and add more classes to accommodate growing enrollment and insufficient state funding.
Montebello Students Stage Walkout To Protest Possible Teacher LayoffsStudents in Montebello walked out their classrooms Thursday to protest the proposed firing of hundreds of teachers due to budgetary constraints.

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