BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Bloody Thursday

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Park advocates and the UC system have collided over People's Park for nearly as long as the park itself has been around, marking decades of struggle over the land.
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Park advocates and the UC system have collided over People's Park for nearly as long as the park itself has been around, marking decades of struggle over the land.
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On Saturday, May 15, 1971, a cloud of tear gas poured out of an elevator door into The Daily Californian’s main office, then on the sixth floor of Eshleman Hall.
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On Saturday, May 15, 1971, a cloud of tear gas poured out of an elevator door into The Daily Californian’s main office, then on the sixth floor of Eshleman Hall.
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While the importance of supportive housing in Berkeley cannot be discounted, People’s Park has never been a place for campus to do its bidding.
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While the importance of supportive housing in Berkeley cannot be discounted, People’s Park has never been a place for campus to do its bidding.
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UC Berkeley students and community members alike gathered in People’s Park on Friday to protest campus plans to build housing in the area, culminating in crowds of people tearing down fences and placing them on the steps of Sproul Hall.
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UC Berkeley students and community members alike gathered in People’s Park on Friday to protest campus plans to build housing in the area, culminating in crowds of people tearing down fences and placing them on the steps of Sproul Hall.
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One of People Park's most unique qualities is its art, which tells the story of the park’s history and gives insight into why so many consider it sacred.
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One of People Park's most unique qualities is its art, which tells the story of the park’s history and gives insight into why so many consider it sacred.
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A recently restored mural next to People’s Park was rededicated Sunday to preserve the historical significance of the park and celebrate the community’s ongoing struggle for social justice.
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A recently restored mural next to People’s Park was rededicated Sunday to preserve the historical significance of the park and celebrate the community’s ongoing struggle for social justice.
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In 1952, UC Berkeley discarded a presidential system and adopted a chancellorship.
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In 1952, UC Berkeley discarded a presidential system and adopted a chancellorship.
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There are certainly situations where we want our police to be prepared, but this sort of racialized training is inappropriate and offensive.
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There are certainly situations where we want our police to be prepared, but this sort of racialized training is inappropriate and offensive.
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In observance of People Park’s 48th anniversary, we are reprinting our front-page story about the “Bloody Thursday” riot over the embattled park on May 15, 1969.
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In observance of People Park’s 48th anniversary, we are reprinting our front-page story about the “Bloody Thursday” riot over the embattled park on May 15, 1969.
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