Catherine Liu

UC Irvine, OCDSA

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Professor of Film and Media Studies at UC Irvine, Member of OCDSA, helping organize counter protests on Sunday in Laguna Beach.

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There are several white nationalist demonstrations planned this weekend. What should counter-protesters do? Stay home to lower the potential for conflict or show up to confront them?

White supremacist protests this weekend. Should counter-protesters show up?

There are several white nationalist demonstrations planned this weekend. What should counter-protesters do? Stay home to lower the potential for conflict or show up to confront them?

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