Protesters Interrupt USC Trojans vs California Golden Bears Football Game, Advocating for Ceasefire in Palestine

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  • Source: Wayne Dupree
  • 10/29/2023
During the USC Trojans vs. California Golden Bears football game on Saturday, a group of protesters entered the field, causing a temporary interruption of the game. These individuals were advocating for a ceasefire in Palestine and used this platform to express their concerns.

At the California Memorial Stadium in Berkeley, California, a gathering of protesters took place at the 50-yard line. Their purpose was to advocate for a ceasefire by means of locking themselves in place. The Gaza strip has experienced significant unrest following an unexpected attack by Hamas on Israel. This attack, which occurred earlier this month, tragically resulted in the loss of 1,400 lives.

After a period of time, the protesters were taken into custody and accompanied out of the premises. According to Sports Illustrated, the scheduled start time for the game was approximately 1:07 p.m. However, it was officially postponed for a duration of seven minutes. The authorities initiated their efforts to disperse the protestors, who, despite the authorities' insistence, remained steadfast in their refusal to vacate the area.

Following a brief duration, the protestors were subsequently expelled from the premises, as they were escorted off the field by the authorities. The video showcases a group of protestors being escorted away, their hands restrained behind their backs.


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