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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 04, 2022

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His name frequenting top charts globally comes down to Spanish-speaking fans who understand the difference between being “bebecita” and being “bebesota.” But his Latin-trap music also grabs non-Spanish speakers by the hand and salsas with them toward the dance floor.
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His name frequenting top charts globally comes down to Spanish-speaking fans who understand the difference between being “bebecita” and being “bebesota.” But his Latin-trap music also grabs non-Spanish speakers by the hand and salsas with them toward the dance floor.
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Why the National Football League’s lazy celebration of its Latine and Hispanic players is incredibly insensitive and completely fumbles the ball.
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Why the National Football League’s lazy celebration of its Latine and Hispanic players is incredibly insensitive and completely fumbles the ball.
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The reality is that the NFL is run by 30 white owners, who watch a 32-team league that has only two Black head coaches but is made up of 70% Black players.
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The reality is that the NFL is run by 30 white owners, who watch a 32-team league that has only two Black head coaches but is made up of 70% Black players.
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Sports stories aren’t usually given too much weight in discussions around journalistic equity or newsroom diversity. Here’s why they should be.
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Sports stories aren’t usually given too much weight in discussions around journalistic equity or newsroom diversity. Here’s why they should be.
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Athletes have taken off their uniforms and joined the world in the revolution for change in society, marching side by side with their fans.
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Athletes have taken off their uniforms and joined the world in the revolution for change in society, marching side by side with their fans.
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Life in our society is not composed of neatly arranged, mutually exclusive categories. When an athlete begins playing at a professional level, they don’t leave behind their identity.
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Life in our society is not composed of neatly arranged, mutually exclusive categories. When an athlete begins playing at a professional level, they don’t leave behind their identity.
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On August 4th, players on the Atlanta Dream and Phoenix Mercury jogged onto the court wearing black t-shirts with a simple message written across the front: “VOTE WARNOCK”. The rest is history.
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On August 4th, players on the Atlanta Dream and Phoenix Mercury jogged onto the court wearing black t-shirts with a simple message written across the front: “VOTE WARNOCK”. The rest is history.
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For many of our younger generations, Colin Kaepernick kneeling during the national anthem was one of the first times racially motivated protests were the object of public fixation.
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For many of our younger generations, Colin Kaepernick kneeling during the national anthem was one of the first times racially motivated protests were the object of public fixation.
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The following is a Q&A between Shailin Singh, football beat reporter for The Daily Californian, and Josh Drayden, a redshirt senior for the Cal football team.
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The following is a Q&A between Shailin Singh, football beat reporter for The Daily Californian, and Josh Drayden, a redshirt senior for the Cal football team.
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The following is a Q&A between Shailin Singh, football beat reporter for The Daily Californian, and Zeandae Johnson, a redshirt senior for the Cal football team.
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The following is a Q&A between Shailin Singh, football beat reporter for The Daily Californian, and Zeandae Johnson, a redshirt senior for the Cal football team.
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