BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 02, 2022

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The Othering and Belonging Institute issued an update to its investigation on racial residential segregation in the Bay Area to include 2020 census data.
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The Othering and Belonging Institute issued an update to its investigation on racial residential segregation in the Bay Area to include 2020 census data.
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UC Berkeley School of Public Health collaborated with other universities to publish a new study highlighting the brief but significant drop in online anti-Black sentiment following the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery in 2020. 
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UC Berkeley School of Public Health collaborated with other universities to publish a new study highlighting the brief but significant drop in online anti-Black sentiment following the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery in 2020. 
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The small commitment of mentoring a student could have an exponential impact on the rest of their lives and, hopefully, change the future of the Berkeley community.
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The small commitment of mentoring a student could have an exponential impact on the rest of their lives and, hopefully, change the future of the Berkeley community.
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Making the submission of standardized testing scores optional will benefit the UC and the state of California. It is a step in leveling the playing field and reflecting the state’s diversity. When other colleges and universities made the submissions of test results optional, they saw an increase in applicants and enrollment of Black and Latinx students.
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Making the submission of standardized testing scores optional will benefit the UC and the state of California. It is a step in leveling the playing field and reflecting the state’s diversity. When other colleges and universities made the submissions of test results optional, they saw an increase in applicants and enrollment of Black and Latinx students.
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At SOMArts, the Black woman is not disrespected, and she is not neglected. She is revered, examined in glory and illustrated honestly and vulnerably. She is God.
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At SOMArts, the Black woman is not disrespected, and she is not neglected. She is revered, examined in glory and illustrated honestly and vulnerably. She is God.
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“It's a hard road, to be a Black trans woman in the world and creating art,” Amerasu said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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“It's a hard road, to be a Black trans woman in the world and creating art,” Amerasu said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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“I Can’t Date Jesus” leaves room for the reader to wonder just how much personal insight into one another we can be expected to give and receive.
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“I Can’t Date Jesus” leaves room for the reader to wonder just how much personal insight into one another we can be expected to give and receive.
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