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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 28, 2022

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Around the World 2016

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Editor's note: Mapping Berkeley

People from all around the world have found their homes in Berkeley. Even if you haven’t had the chance to travel abroad this summer, a closer look at our city’s DNA affords us the privilege of gaining perspectives from all around the world.

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“Sri Lanka, India, same thing.” The old man casually threw that sentence in my face after asking about my ethnicity, like we were discussing an age-old question of “tomeighto” versus “tomauto.” And just like that, I pictured a jumbo eraser rubbing away the borders of my tiny island like it didn’t exist.
“Sri Lanka, India, same thing.” The old man casually threw that sentence in my face after asking about my ethnicity, like we were discussing an age-old question of “tomeighto” versus “tomauto.” And just like that, I pictured a jumbo eraser rubbing away the borders of my tiny island like it didn’t exist.
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Few UC Berkeley students, however, are aware that one of the earliest on-campus demonstrations happened in 1908 outside Stiles Hall by a group of Indian students.
Few UC Berkeley students, however, are aware that one of the earliest on-campus demonstrations happened in 1908 outside Stiles Hall by a group of Indian students.
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People from all around the world have found their homes in Berkeley. Even if you haven’t had the chance to travel abroad this summer, a closer look at our city’s DNA affords us the privilege of gaining perspectives from all around the world.
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People from all around the world have found their homes in Berkeley. Even if you haven’t had the chance to travel abroad this summer, a closer look at our city’s DNA affords us the privilege of gaining perspectives from all around the world.
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“Sri Lanka, India, same thing.” The old man casually threw that sentence in my face after asking about my ethnicity, like we were discussing an age-old question of “tomeighto” versus “tomauto.” And just like that, I pictured a jumbo eraser rubbing away the borders of my tiny island like it didn’t exist.
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“Sri Lanka, India, same thing.” The old man casually threw that sentence in my face after asking about my ethnicity, like we were discussing an age-old question of “tomeighto” versus “tomauto.” And just like that, I pictured a jumbo eraser rubbing away the borders of my tiny island like it didn’t exist.
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Few UC Berkeley students, however, are aware that one of the earliest on-campus demonstrations happened in 1908 outside Stiles Hall by a group of Indian students.
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Few UC Berkeley students, however, are aware that one of the earliest on-campus demonstrations happened in 1908 outside Stiles Hall by a group of Indian students.
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Oh, Canada.
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Oh, Canada.
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Tucked away underneath the Trinity United Methodist Church is the East Bay Sanctuary Covenant, a law clinic that advocates for the rights of low-income refugees and immigrants.
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Tucked away underneath the Trinity United Methodist Church is the East Bay Sanctuary Covenant, a law clinic that advocates for the rights of low-income refugees and immigrants.
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It’s Thursday night, and you want to go dancing.
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It’s Thursday night, and you want to go dancing.
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On the day of his graduation from UC Berkeley, Yonekazu Satoda was not lining up in cap and gown with fellow soon-to-be graduates. Instead, he sat 2,000 miles away in an internment camp in Jerome, Arkansas, scribbling brief notes about the “very hot” day and the “bull session” he had with friends.
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On the day of his graduation from UC Berkeley, Yonekazu Satoda was not lining up in cap and gown with fellow soon-to-be graduates. Instead, he sat 2,000 miles away in an internment camp in Jerome, Arkansas, scribbling brief notes about the “very hot” day and the “bull session” he had with friends.
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“Sawasdee kha!” I exclaimed to Looknok Chatchanok as I sat down next to her at Peet’s Coffee. She smiled, maybe because she was happy to see me, but more likely because of my dreadful accent.
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“Sawasdee kha!” I exclaimed to Looknok Chatchanok as I sat down next to her at Peet’s Coffee. She smiled, maybe because she was happy to see me, but more likely because of my dreadful accent.
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