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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Simon Greenhill

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As Hurricane Harvey surged over Houston last week, killing at least 70 people and displacing tens of thousands, scientists and activists were quick to point to climate change as a potential contributor to Harvey’s staggering strength.
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As Hurricane Harvey surged over Houston last week, killing at least 70 people and displacing tens of thousands, scientists and activists were quick to point to climate change as a potential contributor to Harvey’s staggering strength.
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Berkeley Unified School District’s board unanimously approved a policy designed to improve students’ access to educational resources and protect them from detention or deportation at its regular meeting Wednesday night.
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Berkeley Unified School District’s board unanimously approved a policy designed to improve students’ access to educational resources and protect them from detention or deportation at its regular meeting Wednesday night.
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With President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration less than two months away, the thought of Californian secession from the United States — once a fringe idea — is gaining more traction.
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With President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration less than two months away, the thought of Californian secession from the United States — once a fringe idea — is gaining more traction.
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In stark contrast to Republicans’ sweep of the presidency and Congress on Nov. 8, California Democrats clinched two-thirds supermajorities in both houses of the state legislature Monday night.
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In stark contrast to Republicans’ sweep of the presidency and Congress on Nov. 8, California Democrats clinched two-thirds supermajorities in both houses of the state legislature Monday night.
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Just after sunrise Friday morning, about 100 community members gathered in Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park to celebrate and reaffirm what organizers described as the city’s shared values of equality, inclusivity and compassion in response to Donald Trump’s election last week.
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Just after sunrise Friday morning, about 100 community members gathered in Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park to celebrate and reaffirm what organizers described as the city’s shared values of equality, inclusivity and compassion in response to Donald Trump’s election last week.
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Berkeley Unified School District may soon adopt a policy making district campuses sanctuaries for undocumented and immigrant students after the Board of Education reaffirmed the district’s commitment to student safety at its meeting Wednesday.
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Berkeley Unified School District may soon adopt a policy making district campuses sanctuaries for undocumented and immigrant students after the Board of Education reaffirmed the district’s commitment to student safety at its meeting Wednesday.
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With the campus erupting into protests after Donald Trump’s election Tuesday night, campus leadership is calling for unity, mutual respect and solidarity as the community and country regroup after a divisive — and, for many, devastating — campaign season.
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With the campus erupting into protests after Donald Trump’s election Tuesday night, campus leadership is calling for unity, mutual respect and solidarity as the community and country regroup after a divisive — and, for many, devastating — campaign season.
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Sleepless nights, door-to-door canvassing and relentless phone banking are common themes for Berkeley’s mayoral and City Council candidates as they vie for residents’ votes in the election season’s last days.
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Sleepless nights, door-to-door canvassing and relentless phone banking are common themes for Berkeley’s mayoral and City Council candidates as they vie for residents’ votes in the election season’s last days.
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More than 50 demonstrators gathered on Sproul Plaza on Wednesday afternoon in solidarity with protesters opposing the North Dakota Access Pipeline, which, if built, could threaten the Standing Rock Sioux tribe’s water and land.
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More than 50 demonstrators gathered on Sproul Plaza on Wednesday afternoon in solidarity with protesters opposing the North Dakota Access Pipeline, which, if built, could threaten the Standing Rock Sioux tribe’s water and land.
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Robert Blauner, a professor emeritus in the sociology department noted for his prescient studies on race relations, died in his North Berkeley home Oct. 20 at the age of 87.
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Robert Blauner, a professor emeritus in the sociology department noted for his prescient studies on race relations, died in his North Berkeley home Oct. 20 at the age of 87.
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