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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Ericka Huggins, Judy Juanita and Madalynn Rucker, prominent women of Oakland’s Black Panther Party chapter, visited UC Berkeley for the book Comrade Sisters: Women of the Black Panther Party.
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Ericka Huggins, Judy Juanita and Madalynn Rucker, prominent women of Oakland’s Black Panther Party chapter, visited UC Berkeley for the book Comrade Sisters: Women of the Black Panther Party.
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The exhibit reconstructs Davis’ legacy through the lenses of race, gender, economics and policy with works from the Oakland-based Lisbet Tellefsen collection.
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The exhibit reconstructs Davis’ legacy through the lenses of race, gender, economics and policy with works from the Oakland-based Lisbet Tellefsen collection.
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85 years after the HOLC published a map of redlining in the Bay, the effects of structural racism and Jim Crow are still widely felt in public schools.
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85 years after the HOLC published a map of redlining in the Bay, the effects of structural racism and Jim Crow are still widely felt in public schools.
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Three guest speakers discussed the past, present and future of the Black Lives Matter, or BLM, movement at the Berkeley Forum on Wednesday.
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Three guest speakers discussed the past, present and future of the Black Lives Matter, or BLM, movement at the Berkeley Forum on Wednesday.
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For my family, Black History Month was always a year-round endeavor. Whether it was Kwanzaa, Juneteenth or just a random Sunday at home, there was never just one time to be unapologetically Black
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For my family, Black History Month was always a year-round endeavor. Whether it was Kwanzaa, Juneteenth or just a random Sunday at home, there was never just one time to be unapologetically Black
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Youth Spirit Artworks, or YSA, plans to open the United States’ first youth tiny house village this fall for unhoused youth in Berkeley and Oakland.
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Youth Spirit Artworks, or YSA, plans to open the United States’ first youth tiny house village this fall for unhoused youth in Berkeley and Oakland.
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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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The interwoven narrative of Jennings’ own personal history with the history of the party as a whole provided an intimate look at a group whose altruism and dimensionality are often overshadowed by racist and simplistic narratives.
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The interwoven narrative of Jennings’ own personal history with the history of the party as a whole provided an intimate look at a group whose altruism and dimensionality are often overshadowed by racist and simplistic narratives.
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In its most recent exhibition, the San Francisco Art Institute, or SFAI, pays tribute to this quirky publication as literature, visual art and a magazine. “Whole Earth Catalog 50th Anniversary” offers a bird’s-eye view of the publication’s life via 142 original copies marking the years.
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In its most recent exhibition, the San Francisco Art Institute, or SFAI, pays tribute to this quirky publication as literature, visual art and a magazine. “Whole Earth Catalog 50th Anniversary” offers a bird’s-eye view of the publication’s life via 142 original copies marking the years.
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Half of the city council could see a change come November, and there are fourteen people running in total for the four district seats.
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Half of the city council could see a change come November, and there are fourteen people running in total for the four district seats.
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