On Thursday, The University of California, Berkeley reversed its decision to cancel a speech by conservative commentator Ann Coulter. In a statement, University Chairman Nicholas Dirks said the speech would now take place on May 2. This is regardless of initial safety concerns that it could bring similar violence that broke out when brietbart writer Milo Yiannopoulos spoke on campus. Berkeley police had told the administration the same groups were planning to target the Coulter event.
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