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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 21, 2022

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Azadeh Zohrabi

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For the first time, California will provide $15 million in ongoing funding to various academic recruitment and retention programs; however, concerns about how the funds will potentially be distributed have been raised.
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For the first time, California will provide $15 million in ongoing funding to various academic recruitment and retention programs; however, concerns about how the funds will potentially be distributed have been raised.
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The California Senate passed AB 2632, or the California Mandela Act on Solitary Confinement, Tuesday. If signed by Gov. Newsom, the bill would limit the use of solitary confinement in the state.
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The California Senate passed AB 2632, or the California Mandela Act on Solitary Confinement, Tuesday. If signed by Gov. Newsom, the bill would limit the use of solitary confinement in the state.
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BUS’ mission is to provide incarcerated, formerly incarcerated and system-impacted students with the opportunity to pursue higher education.
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BUS’ mission is to provide incarcerated, formerly incarcerated and system-impacted students with the opportunity to pursue higher education.
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A proposed California State Senate bill may extend the availability of Cal Grant funds to incarcerated students.
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A proposed California State Senate bill may extend the availability of Cal Grant funds to incarcerated students.
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Demonstrators set up a mock jail cell on Sproul Plaza on Wednesday to protest inhumane treatment of prisoners in California, an issue officials from the state Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation say is much more complicated than the demonstration let on.
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Demonstrators set up a mock jail cell on Sproul Plaza on Wednesday to protest inhumane treatment of prisoners in California, an issue officials from the state Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation say is much more complicated than the demonstration let on.
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