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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Black queer artist Freddie discusses intersection between drag, activism, music

As a multimedia artist, Freddie crystallized the spirit of activism blossoming within the past month in support of the Black Lives Matter and prison abolition movements by releasing a new music video titled “Juneteenth.”

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“I think that I'm most often writing about situations that I have already internalized and processed for a moment,” Edlin said.
“I think that I'm most often writing about situations that I have already internalized and processed for a moment,” Edlin said.
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Coinciding with the 400th anniversary of enslaved Africans’ forced arrival to the United States, Cal Performances presented Damien Sneed’s latest intersectional multimedia production on Thursday. 
Coinciding with the 400th anniversary of enslaved Africans’ forced arrival to the United States, Cal Performances presented Damien Sneed’s latest intersectional multimedia production on Thursday. 
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Ace Patterson sounds just as charismatic over the phone as he does in his music, as I discovered when he picked up my call on a Wednesday around noon.
Ace Patterson sounds just as charismatic over the phone as he does in his music, as I discovered when he picked up my call on a Wednesday around noon.
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As a multimedia artist, Freddie crystallized the spirit of activism blossoming within the past month in support of the Black Lives Matter and prison abolition movements by releasing a new music video titled “Juneteenth.”
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As a multimedia artist, Freddie crystallized the spirit of activism blossoming within the past month in support of the Black Lives Matter and prison abolition movements by releasing a new music video titled “Juneteenth.”
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“I think that I'm most often writing about situations that I have already internalized and processed for a moment,” Edlin said.
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“I think that I'm most often writing about situations that I have already internalized and processed for a moment,” Edlin said.
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Coinciding with the 400th anniversary of enslaved Africans’ forced arrival to the United States, Cal Performances presented Damien Sneed’s latest intersectional multimedia production on Thursday. 
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Coinciding with the 400th anniversary of enslaved Africans’ forced arrival to the United States, Cal Performances presented Damien Sneed’s latest intersectional multimedia production on Thursday. 
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Ace Patterson sounds just as charismatic over the phone as he does in his music, as I discovered when he picked up my call on a Wednesday around noon.
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Ace Patterson sounds just as charismatic over the phone as he does in his music, as I discovered when he picked up my call on a Wednesday around noon.
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“I have a degree of trust with people where I assume that they can relate to any issues that I'm dealing with, whether those are good or bad,” Montana says.
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“I have a degree of trust with people where I assume that they can relate to any issues that I'm dealing with, whether those are good or bad,” Montana says.
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Jack Symes has been in three bands over the span of his musical career. Though he’s now primarily a solo artist, in his past musical lives, there was the high school group the Beefcakes and the college projects the Shady Ladies and the Midwest Can Company.
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Jack Symes has been in three bands over the span of his musical career. Though he’s now primarily a solo artist, in his past musical lives, there was the high school group the Beefcakes and the college projects the Shady Ladies and the Midwest Can Company.
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Kelsey Ferrell is a UC Berkeley junior juggling her passions for music and social justice, sometimes even intertwining the two. This past summer, she recorded her first album, Trauma Portfolio, which she released in October.
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Kelsey Ferrell is a UC Berkeley junior juggling her passions for music and social justice, sometimes even intertwining the two. This past summer, she recorded her first album, Trauma Portfolio, which she released in October.
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Kuchar is a musician, an educator, a performer and a member of the Jewish community — a background shared with Troye Sivan. “He’s another Jewish kid from Australia, and he has a lot of ties particularly to the Jewish community that I grew up in,” Kuchar says.
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Kuchar is a musician, an educator, a performer and a member of the Jewish community — a background shared with Troye Sivan. “He’s another Jewish kid from Australia, and he has a lot of ties particularly to the Jewish community that I grew up in,” Kuchar says.
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Jake Cannon is a UC Berkeley alumnus and host of the podcast “The Look Back Machine,” which features documentary-style retellings of various forgotten Hollywood stories, tales described as “the overlooked, the disregarded, and misremembered.”
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Jake Cannon is a UC Berkeley alumnus and host of the podcast “The Look Back Machine,” which features documentary-style retellings of various forgotten Hollywood stories, tales described as “the overlooked, the disregarded, and misremembered.”
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Velazquez is doing everything in her power to keep her grades strong: “I’m just really, really adamant about maintaining a strong presence,” she said. “I deserve to be here, and I want to be here. But in order to do that, you have to put the work in.”
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Velazquez is doing everything in her power to keep her grades strong: “I’m just really, really adamant about maintaining a strong presence,” she said. “I deserve to be here, and I want to be here. But in order to do that, you have to put the work in.”
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