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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!
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The Journal of Right-Wing Studies launched on Friday to formalize right-wing studies, to provide a platform and support researchers in the field and to fill the gap in right-wing research.
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The Journal of Right-Wing Studies launched on Friday to formalize right-wing studies, to provide a platform and support researchers in the field and to fill the gap in right-wing research.
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The city of Berkeley, UC Berkeley and Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, have several virtual events planned to celebrate Black History Month, allowing community members to educate themselves on Black history.
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The city of Berkeley, UC Berkeley and Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, have several virtual events planned to celebrate Black History Month, allowing community members to educate themselves on Black history.
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UC Berkeley professor Nikki Jones has been awarded the 2020 W.E.B. DuBois Award for her work in raising awareness for racial and ethic issues in criminology and criminal justice.
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UC Berkeley professor Nikki Jones has been awarded the 2020 W.E.B. DuBois Award for her work in raising awareness for racial and ethic issues in criminology and criminal justice.
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Over the past 150 years, UC Berkeley has made efforts to support women through its curriculum and school resources, but many still feel there is work to be done.
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Over the past 150 years, UC Berkeley has made efforts to support women through its curriculum and school resources, but many still feel there is work to be done.
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When you walk into UC Berkeley’s Poetry for the People, or P4P, class (African American Studies 156AC) you are walking into a revolutionary landscape that has cultivated and nurtured young student poets since its 1991 conception.
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When you walk into UC Berkeley’s Poetry for the People, or P4P, class (African American Studies 156AC) you are walking into a revolutionary landscape that has cultivated and nurtured young student poets since its 1991 conception.
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While the Third World Liberation Front's goal of creating an independent Third World College on campus was not realized during the height of this activist movement in 1969, the movement had resounding impact on future movements and impacted the legacy of ethnic studies on campus.
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While the Third World Liberation Front's goal of creating an independent Third World College on campus was not realized during the height of this activist movement in 1969, the movement had resounding impact on future movements and impacted the legacy of ethnic studies on campus.
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A daylong symposium was held at UC Berkeley on Friday recognizing the 400 year anniversary of the arrival of the first African slaves forcibly brought to the English colonies and what would later become the United States.
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A daylong symposium was held at UC Berkeley on Friday recognizing the 400 year anniversary of the arrival of the first African slaves forcibly brought to the English colonies and what would later become the United States.
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The UC Berkeley ethnic studies department and multicultural major programs have historically struggled to maintain their funding in the face of campus budget cuts.
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The UC Berkeley ethnic studies department and multicultural major programs have historically struggled to maintain their funding in the face of campus budget cuts.
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The Clog is here to help ease some of the Phase I stress by offering some recommendations for classes you can take to add some extra units.
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The Clog is here to help ease some of the Phase I stress by offering some recommendations for classes you can take to add some extra units.
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The C.V. Starr East Asian Library, the South/Southeast Asia Library and the Ethnic Studies Library become increasingly important to UC Berkeley.
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The C.V. Starr East Asian Library, the South/Southeast Asia Library and the Ethnic Studies Library become increasingly important to UC Berkeley.
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