BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 28, 2022

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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, both the state of California and the city of Berkeley have introduced a number of safety net systems to protect residents.
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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, both the state of California and the city of Berkeley have introduced a number of safety net systems to protect residents.
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The campaign coincides with the fifth annual CalFresh Awareness Month, and aims to make healthy options available and accessible to CalFresh recipients.
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The campaign coincides with the fifth annual CalFresh Awareness Month, and aims to make healthy options available and accessible to CalFresh recipients.
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UC Berkeley plans to boost efforts this semester to help an estimated 10,000 food-insecure students enroll in CalFresh, a federally funded nutrition program that helps low-income individuals.
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UC Berkeley plans to boost efforts this semester to help an estimated 10,000 food-insecure students enroll in CalFresh, a federally funded nutrition program that helps low-income individuals.
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UC Berkeley senior and Public Health major Rachel Chung is food insecure. From a low-income family, she pays for her own education and works 15 to 20 hours a week at her work study job. Often, eating nutritional food — and sometimes eating food at all — is not a priority.
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UC Berkeley senior and Public Health major Rachel Chung is food insecure. From a low-income family, she pays for her own education and works 15 to 20 hours a week at her work study job. Often, eating nutritional food — and sometimes eating food at all — is not a priority.
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