Joshua Clover

UC Davis

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Professor of English at the University of California, Davis

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Two University of California Davis police officers have been  placed on paid administrative leave  over their use of pepper spray on nonviolent student protesters.  The president of…

Students, Faculty Protest Pepper Spraying by UC Police

Two University of California Davis police officers have been placed on paid administrative leave over their use of pepper spray on nonviolent student protesters.  The president of…

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