Hundreds of angry UC Berkeley college students – teaching assistants, postdocs and researchers – blocked the intersection of Hearst and Euclid avenues in Berkeley on Tuesday as part of a city-wide protest. the state against working conditions and wages at the 10 University of California campuses.
Graduate student workers gathered in front of the campus’ Campanile bell tower, then marched across campus chanting, “Whose streets belong to?” Our streets! before sitting in a circle in the middle of the intersection under the eyes of employees of neighboring businesses and motorists stuck in traffic.
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