The next day, Berkeley students were cited by police for posting fliers in designated posting areas, because they showed the officer pointing his gun at the camera. Friday, Berkeley students were followed around campus by Alameda County sheriffs as they chalked against the fee increases and repression of chalking, and called for Kemper’s termination.
Chalking is not vandalism, it is free speech, and we can’t allow our administration and their police to suppress and repress free speech.
We will be passing out chalk to students to let them make their voices heard. You don’t have to write anything political – just saying what you want to say can be subversive.
CHALK IS FREE SPEECH!
END REPRESSION OF STUDENT PROTEST!
FIRE OFFICER KEMPER!
STUDENT RIGHTS CANNOT BE ERASED!