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BERKELEY'S NEWS • MARCH 20, 2023

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“Apartheid week” was held this week, hosted by student groups Bears for Palestine and Berkeley Law Students for Justice in Palestine with the goal of covering “the origins of Israeli apartheid and how it affects Palestinians today.”
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“Apartheid week” was held this week, hosted by student groups Bears for Palestine and Berkeley Law Students for Justice in Palestine with the goal of covering “the origins of Israeli apartheid and how it affects Palestinians today.”
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UC Berkeley community members spoke in favor of ASUC Senator Gabrielle Sharp and criticized some of the responses to her tweets during Wednesday's ASUC meeting.
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UC Berkeley community members spoke in favor of ASUC Senator Gabrielle Sharp and criticized some of the responses to her tweets during Wednesday's ASUC meeting.
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Candidates in this year’s upcoming ASUC elections spoke to The Daily Californian regarding their thoughts on accessibility, equity and diversity in the campaigning process.
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Candidates in this year’s upcoming ASUC elections spoke to The Daily Californian regarding their thoughts on accessibility, equity and diversity in the campaigning process.
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It signals power and privilege to presume that individuals are “terrorists” without first asking what forces them to resort to protests. To individuals who seek to teach us oppressors’ morals, we respectfully say we do not take orders from colonizers.
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It signals power and privilege to presume that individuals are “terrorists” without first asking what forces them to resort to protests. To individuals who seek to teach us oppressors’ morals, we respectfully say we do not take orders from colonizers.
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Vera said she saw how institutional gaps on campus affect different communities and realized she wanted to uplift those who were underrepresented.
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Vera said she saw how institutional gaps on campus affect different communities and realized she wanted to uplift those who were underrepresented.
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The ASUC Elections Council met Feb. 28 to conduct a countback tabulation in order to fill former ASUC senator Milton Zerman’s seat. After the tabulator ran, Emily Fregoso, who ran with the CalSERVE party, was officially announced the newest ASUC senator.
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The ASUC Elections Council met Feb. 28 to conduct a countback tabulation in order to fill former ASUC senator Milton Zerman’s seat. After the tabulator ran, Emily Fregoso, who ran with the CalSERVE party, was officially announced the newest ASUC senator.
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UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ released two letters Feb. 18 responding to an ASUC bill that would have condemned a cubicle display by Bears for Palestine in Eshleman Hall that included photos of controversial Palestinian activists — some of whom had allegedly been involved in acts of terrorism.
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UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ released two letters Feb. 18 responding to an ASUC bill that would have condemned a cubicle display by Bears for Palestine in Eshleman Hall that included photos of controversial Palestinian activists — some of whom had allegedly been involved in acts of terrorism.
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Condemning violence against innocent civilians is not a normalization of the occupation nor an affirmation of the Zionist cause. To suggest otherwise is a perversion of the truth, and I am disappointed by the use of these manipulative tactics.
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Condemning violence against innocent civilians is not a normalization of the occupation nor an affirmation of the Zionist cause. To suggest otherwise is a perversion of the truth, and I am disappointed by the use of these manipulative tactics.
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ASUC Senator Milton Zerman resigned at the ASUC Senate meeting Feb. 19, during which several grievances on perceived injustices were discussed. Zerman resigned in protest of the rejection of his controversial bill to condemn Bears for Palestine for its cubicle display in Eshleman Hall.
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ASUC Senator Milton Zerman resigned at the ASUC Senate meeting Feb. 19, during which several grievances on perceived injustices were discussed. Zerman resigned in protest of the rejection of his controversial bill to condemn Bears for Palestine for its cubicle display in Eshleman Hall.
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Zerman had been receiving criticism for his resolution condemning the student group Bears for Palestine, which ultimately failed in committee.
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Zerman had been receiving criticism for his resolution condemning the student group Bears for Palestine, which ultimately failed in committee.
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