Police have dismantled an encampment at the University of California at Berkeley tonight and protesters continue to hold their ground.
Officers in riot gear forced their way through a crowd of demonstrators who were chanting "peaceful protest" and "Who's university? Our university" at around 9:30 p.m.
Protesters said more people were arrested tonight in the second confrontation with police.
Earlier today, at around 3:40 p.m., dozens of police pushed their way through a human chain using their batons and began taking the tents down, leading to scuffles between police and protesters.
Six people had been arrested as of 7 p.m. and protesters were reporting that some demonstrators were injured during the police raid.
Shortly before 4 p.m., police withdrew and the protesters quickly reestablished an encampment.
University officials told the protesters they could use the site as a gathering spot for the week but could not camp out.
Protesters tonight continue to face off with police who are standing in front of Sproul Hall.